Gorgeous 2019 iPad Pro video shows off all the rumored features

Gorgeous 2019 iPad Pro video shows off all the rumored features


2019 iPad Pro concept video
Take an early glimpse at a possible 2019 iPad Pro.
Photo: Waqar Khan

A new video wraps up all the unconfirmed reports about Apple’s next professional-grade tablet. Rumors say this iPad Pro will have a much better camera than any of its predecessors.

Watch it in action now:

The video was created by Waqar Khan in collaboration with the German-language site WindowsUnited.

2019 iPad and iPad Pro details leak out

Khan created his video after reading an unconfirmed report stating that the next iPad Pro models will have three camera lenses in the square arrangement that’s been seen in so many iPhone 11 leaks.

On the inside could be an Apple A13 processor, reportedly faster than any available to Android devices. Of course, the video shows the tablet running iPadOS 13, which brings dramatic improvements.

This replacement for last fall’s iPad Pro could be released before the end of this year. A database of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) has become a goldmine for details on upcoming Apple devices, and it lists seven unannounced “Tablet computers of the trademark ‘Apple.’

These are likely different configurations of several models rather than seven new tablets, but it still shows that there are multiple iPads in the offing.

One of these is expected to be the first 10.2-inch iPad. This might replace the 9.7-inch iPad in Apple’s product lineup, with slimmer bezels allowing a larger screen without increasing the overall bulk of the tablet.

It’s not the model shown in Khan’s video, however, as this non-pro slate is rumored to have a dual-lens camera, like the iPhone XR replacement almost certainly coming in September.


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