The potential iPad Pro of 2020 design has just been leaked. According to OnLeaks, the two devices will see the light in spring next year and will arrive in two sizes: 11 inches and 12.9 inches. The size of the larger model would be the same as the 2018 iPad Pro, while the 11-inch iPad Pro would be 248 x 178.6 x 5.9 millimeters, 7.8 millimeters if you count the bump on the back module. The rear module is one of the big stars in the images, since it’s exactly the same as the one seen on the iPhone 11 Pro.

It is worth remembering that we are not dealing with real images, but with leaked renders. The leaker says that the devices will be presented in the spring of 2020, so it is too early to say for sure that this is the design of the next iPad Pro. In fact, Bloomberg recently announced that the 2020 iPad Pro will have not three, but two cameras.

It’s not the first time the iPad Pro has come in two sizes. In fact, current models are available in 11 and 12.9 inches. They haven’t gone beyond the specifications of the devices, nor have they gone beyond the materials in which they’ll be finished. They may mount the A13X chip, just as previous models have done. In terms of materials, the previous iPad Pro was finished in metal.

As for the rear, what is most striking is the module with the three cameras. It’s not known what lens and sensor configuration Apple will use, but looking at the layout it’s not unreasonable to think that you can use the same one that was built into iPhone 11 Pro. Remember that it has a two-fold optical zoom, a normal-angle sensor, and a wide-angle sensor.

Otherwise, both devices aim to follow the same design lines of the iPad Pro, which in turn has some reminiscences of the iPhone 4. You can see it on the smooth side edges, which, by the way, is expected to be implemented on the iPhone 12, as Ming-Chi Kuo recently advanced. This is not the first time that this design has come to light, since three months ago a mock-up appeared that showed a very similar configuration.



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