Amid all the news of the Covid-19 outbreak, Apple seems to have messed up by accidentally leaking it’s upcoming iPad Pro models online. The fourth generation of Apple’s famous tablets have yet to be announced anywhere, but in a support document momentarily uploaded unto the company’s Chinese website, we got a glimpse of what Apple has in store for its users.
Originally posted on Chinese website Feng and reposted by the likes of MacRumors and iPhone In Canada, Apple accidentally listed four new iPad Pro models that will come in the form of 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pros in both Wi-Fi and Cellular versions.
Two of the listed models actually match the same model names as those listed recently in filings with the Eurasian Economic Commission. This essentially means that if you’re looking to purchase an iPad, you might want to wait for a bit because a new release is just around the corner.
While there’s not much to go on in regards to specific details on the upcoming iPads, notable Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo has indicated that the new models will come with a triple-lens camera, akin to that of the iPhone 11 Pro. Other than that however, rumour has it that there won’t be much of an update in terms of the overall design of the tablet.
Earlier this month, it was reported that the company would be releasing a new keyboard with a built-in trackpad. With Apple’s vision of the iPad eventually replacing laptops, there can be little doubt at this point that the iPadOS14 update will bring about improved mouse support, thus taking it one step closer to becoming a laptop replacement.