Is this Apple’s latest iPad Pro? Leaked images show what could be the device’s new triple-camera system
- Renders claim to be Apple’s new iPad Pro, equipped with triple camera system
- Design would let users shoot high quality 4K videos and edit them with device
- Apple is set to unveil new iPad Pro this October
‘Tis the season for device leaks, and the latest render to hit the web claims to be Apple’s new iPad Pro.
The ‘final design mock-up’ shows a large, silver device with what appears to be the same triple camera that the new iPhone 11 Pro boasts.
If rumors are true, consumers could shoot high quality 4K videos and edit them with the iPad Pro.
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The ‘final design mock-up’ shows the large device laying flat with what appears to be the same triple that the new iPhone 11 boasts. If rumors are true, consumers could shoot high quality 4K videos and edit them with the iPad Pro
Although there has been a buzz floating around the tech world that the iPad Pro could have the new camera setup, these images are the first to show what it might look like, The Verge reported.
Shared by Sonny Dickson, who is known for sharing inside Apple details, posted what he calls the ‘first physical leak of Apple’s new iPad Pro mock-up’.
‘We’ve obtained a final design mock-up of Apple’s upcoming iPad Pro hardware from a source that has repeatedly been reliable about previous iPad hardware, showing Apple’s new camera hardware as featured on the iPhone 11 Pro gracing their upcoming refreshed line-up of iPads,’ Dickson wrote.
‘The hardware is extremely similar to what is featured on the iPhone 11 Pro, and is expected to offer the same benefits to creative video professionals.’
‘The design is a nod to Apple’s intent to offer pro users of the iPad a device on which they can comfortably shoot and edit 4K quality video all from one device, offering the freedom to take their setups on the go without a bundle of extra hardware attached to a Mac.’
Dickson also noted that the camera lenses on the mock-up do not have the standard glass cover.
‘Whether this indicates something unique about the iPad’s version of the new camera hardware or is just a minor omission in a device intended to showcase the final physical form of the device remains to be seen,’ he shared.
Apple is expected to unveil the hardware this October to round out this year’s most recent line of iOS devices.
Earlier this month, the tech giant unveiled the iPhone 11 at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino on Tuesday, showing off a $699 mid-range handset with a 6.1-inch display that will come in six colors: purple, white, yellow, green, black, and Product Red.
Apple also showed off its new premium models, the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, which come with either a 5.8-inch or 6.5-inch display and will be available starting at $999 and 1099, respectively.
The stainless steel Pro devices boast three cameras and come in four colors, including the new midnight green, all with a matte textured finish.