Apple to launch new iPad Pro models with an A14X chip, 5G connectivity, and a Mini-LED display

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Apple to launch new iPad Pro models with an A14X chip, 5G connectivity, and a Mini-LED display and much more

The iOS smart gadgets manufacturer Apple is to launch its new iPad Pro models said a tipster. The tipster also leaked the new iPad Pro models specifications on its Twitter account. According to the tipster, the new iPad Pro models will be equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X55 modem, which supports both mmWave and sub-6GHz. mmWave is a set of 5G frequencies that promise ultra-fast speeds at short distances, ideal for dense urban areas. By comparison, sub-6GHz 5G is generally slower than mmWave, but the signals travel further, better serving suburban and rural areas.

The tipster had also predicted the leaks about the iPhone SE 2020 and the smartphone also supported the leaks. Well, there are multiple tippers that tweeted about the upcoming model’s leaks but it’s difficult to trust anyone. While the tipster has predicted the leaks better before then this can be trusted too. iPhone 12 models are also expected to use the X55 modem, but beyond that, Apple is reportedly developing its own 5G baseband technology for future devices. Apple acquired Intel’s smartphone modem business last year to bolster that effort.

Apple’s upcoming iPad Pro models are tipped to have features like an A12Z Bionic chip that is very similar to the A12X chip, an Ultra-Wide camera that enables 0.5x zoom, a LiDAR Scanner for enhanced augmented reality, and better-sounding microphones. While multiple sources initially pointed towards a late 2020 refresh of the iPad Pro, including Ming-Chi Kuo and Jon Prosser, there have now been several reports indicating that the new A14X/5G/Mini-LED models are likely to debut in 2021.

The tipster has also predicted the launch of Apple’s new iPad Pro that would come in late March or in the mid of April 2021. What are your views on Apple’s new iPad Pro? Do mention it in the comment section below. To stay updated on Tech and Cybersecurity news subscribe to our newsletter from here

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