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Apple iPad Pro 2020: There might be two versions of the iPad Pro this year
Apple might release iPad Pro versions for 2020. The regular iPad Pro, which will feature impressive specs, will be released earlier but an even more high-end version will be making its debut later this year.
Premium Apple iPad Pro 2020 might be released later this year
In an earlier report, there was confusion over what type of chip the upcoming Apple iPad Pro 2020 might have. Some say that the gadget will feature an A13X Bionic chip but others say that it will have the next-generation A14X Bionic chipset.
But a recent report from Phone Arena sorted things out. According to the publication, there will be two Apple iPad Pro releases for 2020 – the later one touted as an even more premium version of the iPad Pro.
It is this premium gadget will that will be powered by the A14X chip, according to the report. Aside from the chip, the premium version will also sport a better display compared to the regular iPad Pro.
The premium product will reportedly be the first iPad Pro to sport a mini-LED display. Its 12.9-inch display will contain as much as 10,000 tiny LEDs. As previously reported, mini-LED screens bridge the gap between the current OLED screens and the micro-LED displays that Apple plans to use in its future gadgets.
The premium iPad Pro will also feature the fastest type of 5G connectivity, mmWave. The ultra-fast connectivity is made possible by Qualcomm's Snapdragon X55 modem.
Regular Apple iPad Pro 2020 will be released earlier
Meanwhile, the regular iPad Pro will be released earlier, although there is no definite release date yet at the moment. The gadget will feature the same camera setup found on the iPhone 11.
This means that the iPad Pro 2020 will have three lenses. There’s a 12-megapixel main lens, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle shooter and a still undetermined third lens, which could either be a 2x telephoto camera or a ToF lens.
It will be slightly less powerful than the more high-end premium version. Instead of an A14x chip, it will reportedly sport an A13x chip.