iPad Pro 2022 Renders Appear Online, Triple Rear Cameras, Notch On Display

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The Apple iPad Pro 2022 is expected to be next to the company’s high-end tablet portfolio in 2022, and renders of the device have been found online. The display notch may feature in the next Apple iPad Pro model, according to new renders shared by the Chinese website. Apple has not released any information about the upcoming iPod Pro models that will be operational in 2022. According to renders, the device will have a triple camera system and a design similar to Apple’s iPhone 13 Series.

According to renders shared by MyDrivers, the iPad Pro 2022 model can have slim bezels on all sides, but the display notch can be added to accommodate the front-facing camera. The notch looks the same as seen on both the company’s iPhone 13 and this year’s MacBook Pro models with the new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.

The report says that the iPod Pro 2022 may be released on 11-inch and 12.9-inch models and Sport OLED displays. The report says that both Apple iPad Pro models will feature an LTPO display with dual layer OLED technology. As previously mentioned, Apple has not yet released any information regarding plans for next year’s updated iPad Pro series. Meanwhile, the company is reportedly working on using titanium alloy for better durability and scratch resistance for iPod Pro models.

Renders suggest that Apple’s iPad Pro 2002 has a triple camera system, and that the rear camera module may have a similar design to both the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The report says that the next iPad Pro model may come with a lidar sensor, which will allow for better AR performance on the tablet. However, the iPad Pro camera specifications are currently unknown.


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