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China's new Apple iPad Pro family is leaked

Four models of its iPad Pro tablet will be preparing Apple, according to leaks published in China, collected by various Western media.

It all started with the dissemination of background information by the Eurasian Economic Commission, which registered a model called A2229 in its database.

Subsequently, it was the company itself that released not only one but three other editions on its website, which also issued codes A2228, A2231 and A2233.

The iPhone in Canada blog detailed that it is 11 and 12.9-inch devices, both with their respective Wi-Fi and cellular versions.

In July 2019, the A2228 model appeared in the certification documents of the Eurasian Economic Commission, along with four other models. Three of them ended up being a seventh-generation iPad (A2200, A2197, A2198), the medium emphasized.

He also noted that the four new iPad Pro model numbers revealed by Apple's Chinese website are not listed on the Apple support page created to identify each of the device's models.

While the features of these iPad Pro models are not detailed, rumors have it that it will debut a three-lens rear camera system (probably borrowed from the iPhone 11 Pro?), With a time-of-flight 3D camera to support apps. augmented reality, I speculated.

iPhone in Canada recalled that in 2019 rumors said that Apple would launch an iPad Pro with three lenses, which never materialized. Apple may have delayed the upgrade, so we see that the A2229 is still feasible today, he said.

Stores quarantined

Meanwhile, on the other side of the Pacific, things are not going well for the company, given that its stores in the United States will remain closed "until further notice."

We are committed to providing exceptional service to our customers, "said the company, requesting those who wish to buy or repair products to go to the telephone or digital channels.

The announcement, Engadget emphasized, has coincided with the tightening of measures taken by Washington to curb COVID-19, including the suggestion not to gather more than 10 people.

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