Besides iPhones, another device is there on which Apple is improving year after year, yes you’re thinking right, the Apple iPad Pro, probably the best tablet series in the world. Apple had launched the last model of iPad Pro in the first half of 2020. So, it is almost one year has passed and as per a recent announcement from Apple, the company is going to launch a newer model of its iPad Pro in the first half of 2021. Apart from its official announcement, the design of the upcoming iPad Pro 2021 has now leaked via 3D CAD renders. So, let’s see how this time the iPad Pro will get updated with new hardware and design setup.

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Unfortunately, the 3D CAD renders of the iPad Pro 2021 have revealed nothing of its specifications but the display. As per the leaks, this device is said to offer a 12.9-inch display. The renders are saying that the upcoming iPad Pro 2021 will arrive with a similar design to what we’ve seen in its predecessor, the same squared-off edges, and a dual-camera setup along with a LiDAR sensor accompanied by an LED flash.

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As per the ports and buttons, this Apple device will include the power-key and dual-speaker grille on the top side whereas it will consist of another dual-speaker speaker grille and USB Type-C port at the bottom. On the right side, you’ll find the volume rockers along with a magnetic connector to charge Apple Pencil. Additionally, it is said to house Smart Connector pins for keyboard accessories on the rear panel, apart from its camera setup. This device is expected to be powered by the 5nm based A14 Bionic chipset and the iPad Pro 2021 could be the first in the series to feature a mini-LED panel. That’s all we can speculate for now. We’ll definitely keep you posted further on the basis of the upcoming reports from Apple regarding the device.

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