Apple iPad Pro 2020 is shaping up to be one of the best tablets of this year and the brand users are highly excited for the device. The last model was iPad Pro was released in 2018 and it will be now two years which are enough for the tablet to have next-gen features. It was earlier rumored Apple will launch the new line of tablets last year but nothing like that happened and now everyone looks forward to a 2020 launch.
The upcoming iPad Pro 2020 will have the latest features and technology, which would make it a highly powerful advanced machine. It is rumored that Apple iPad Pro 2020 will have two types of display options, OLED and miniLED which will be released this year.
Apple iPad Pro 2020 OLED and miniLED Display
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted that the iPad Pro 2020 will be the first gadget from the Cupertino based tech giant to have miniLED display technology. However, there are chances that two models of Apple iPad Pro will come out this year, one in the first half of the year and the second launch in the third quarter of this year.
Rumor has it that iPad Pro in 2020 will get miniLED Display that will beat OLED!
That would be worth upgrading finally to!
— Edward Kinitz 🤑 (@EdwardKinitz) December 6, 2019
— KSD tech (@KsdTech) December 31, 2019
The earlier model will have standard OLED displays and the second tablet will sport the miniLED display screen. Apple is planning to use miniLED display as the standard screen for all their future devices starting from Apple iPad Pro 2020. The minLED display uses low battery power, will be thinner and lighter along with lesser risks for screen burnout.
Apple iPad Pro 2020 Camera Specs and Features
Apple iPad Pro 2020 lineup is said to get a major rear-camera update and based on the leaks, the tablet could have a triple-camera setup similar to iPhone 11 Pro. The renders show that iPad Pro 2020 has a similar back camera as the latest iPhone which opens up a lot of possibilities. It is also rumored that 2020 iPad Pro models will have time-of-flight (ToF) lens features of 3D depth image capturing.