Recently, specifically yesterday, Apple introduced the world to a new generation of the iPad Pro. We have been talking about this update for a few months now, and we expected that the company would present it at an event that was scheduled for later this month. Nevertheless, the COVID-19 pandemic has completely disrupted Apple's plans, and it seems that they have preferred to launch their new products through press releases a few days earlier than we thought.
The new iPad Pro brings with it some of the most interesting news, leaving aside the new Magic Keyboard, which has undoubtedly taken much of the limelight. Specifically, Apple has decided to implement features like a LiDAR scanner to scan our environment accurately for augmented reality applications; an ultra-wide-angle camera similar to the one we have on the latest iPhone; and a new A12Z Bionic processor, among other new features.
Thus, it seems that the new iPad Pro could give us some clues about what we will find in the next generation of the iPhone, which It should arrive in September if everything goes fine. For example, we could have a base storage of 128 GB for the first time, just like in the new iPad Pro. In addition, it seems that we will also be assured of the arrival of the LiDAR scanner, a key component for Apple's next steps in reality increased.
The upcoming iPhones could also become the first to have a 120 Hz ProMotion display, something previously reserved for iPad Pro but which has been rumored for new phones. This may involve the need for a more powerful GPUWhich is where the advancements made for the A12Z Bionic come in, whose 8-core GPU could be perfect for managing a screen with ProMotion fluently.
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In any case, for now we can only guess what could come to the new phones, and we do not even know if Apple will be able to set them up in time for September. For now, we will have to keep waiting for the next events of the company, the next being WWDC, which this year will be held exclusively online for the first time.