Apple is said to plan a major press event focused on a new iPad Pro later this month. And now some leaked pics leak on his rumored design.
The geres, which was published online by serial leaker Benjamin Geskin, show an iPad Pro with thin frames around. Most specifically, iPad in the image does not have a home button. Instead, the tablet takes a design similar to the iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max with a screen that almost covers the entire face.
It is said that there is a big difference between iPad Pro in the images, previously reported by Invers, and the iPhone XS line: hack. Apple's phones come with a notch at the top of the screen. However, the IPad Pro on the images shows a slate that dug chin in favor of a simple black bezel around. It creates the effect of a screen tablet.
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Apart from that, we can not get much from the pictures. And their inclusion of a headset connector is suspicious, as Apple has been slow, but surely moved away from the technology. The pictures clearly show that the tablet is thin and perhaps even slimmer than its predecessor. The leak, which contained another picture of an iPad Pro in one case, did not mention anything about the specifications we would expect from slate.
Rumors have fluctuated for several months, suggesting that Apple is planning an iPad Pro coverage on an October event. But now almost halfway through the month, there is no indication of when the event can happen. If and when slate is announced, it is expected to offer Face ID support and 4K HDR output.
Apple can also showcase a new Apple pencil on the show to complete an upgraded screen. Prices and availability are unknown, but do not look for slate is cheap.