Today we are going to collect all the news that incorporate the line of 2020 iPad Pro, the fourth generation “Pro” tablet has been waiting a lot since Apple did not introduce any iPad Pro model in 2019, so the technological leap should be very significant.
The current iPad Pro third generation can and should be considered as the most advanced tablet in history, a device with a chip A12X Bionic accompanied by 4 GB and 6 GB (1 TB) of RAM. A tablet so powerful that Apple has not cared to wait 2 years to update it.
Since iPadzate we have talked long and hard about the latest models of Apple iPad Pro (2018), if you want to discover more about this generation you can take a look at some of our most popular articles:
And that said, now it is the turn of the future generation of the iPad Pro. What features, features and technical specifications to offer this Apple tablet in 2020?
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Apple's iPad Pro family
Before we start talking about all the rumors that bring us the news of the iPad Pro line of 2020, it is interesting to remind our readers what models of iPad Pro currently exist to refresh memory. Sometimes it is necessary to look to the past to discover what the future can present to us.
These are all iPad Pro models that Apple has released to date:
- iPad Pro with 12.9-inch screen (2015)
- iPad Pro with 9.7-inch screen (2016)
- iPad Pro with 10.5 inch screen (2017)
- iPad Pro with 12.9-inch screen (2017)
- iPad Pro with 11-inch screen (2018)
- iPad Pro with 12.9-inch screen (2018)
The iPad Pro (2020) will have a continuous design
The new fourth-generation iPad Pro models are expected to have a large 11-inch and 12.9-inch mini-LED display. The design is practically identical to the iPad Pro 2018 design: no start button, reduced bezels and, of course, no "notch" for the front camera.
Sonny Dickson, one of the most popular and active Apple product analysts on Twitter, surprised us at the end of last year with an image of a alleged official model of the iPad Pro 2020. According to his words, the image comes from a source that had proven to be very reliable on previous occasions.
In the photo we see the back of an iPad Pro with a camera with triple lens, as in the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max, only with a slightly different design. This will be consistent with numerous rumors about the implementation of a triple camera in the terminal.
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All the technical specifications that the 2020 iPad Pro will have
Previous generations of the iPad Pro have always incorporated LCD screens, but it is not the ideal technology for the tablet. Although the costs will be higher, as mentioned earlier, the iPad Pro 2020 is expected to have screens mini-LED which will improve the contrast, saturation, color accuracy and overall quality of the screen.
Everything seems to point to Apple introducing 5G connectivity in its 2020 iPhone, and some rumors also suggest that such technology reaches the iPad Pro. This improvement allows many professionals to continue working more effectively in spaces where they can not enjoy Wi connectivity -Fi, thus significantly improving your productivity.
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6 GB or 8 GB of RAM
TSMC is planning to manufacture A14 processors using the 5 nanometer process. Something to multiply by two the graphic performance of Apple devices. Currently, the 2018 iPad Pro has a version of 4 GB of RAM and another version of 6 GB of RAM, so it will not be far fetched to think that the company of the bitten apple will make the leap to the 8 GB of RAM this 2020.
Release date of iPad Pro (2020)
During the year 2019, some media pointed to Apple launching its fourth generation iPad Pro in late 2020, along with the new iPhone 12. However, there are many rumors that the fourth generation iPad Pro will be presented in March 2020 next to the second generation iPhone SE (also known as iPhone 9). What do you think? Are you planning to update your iPad Pro?