Report Claims Apple's Upcoming iPad Pro Upgrade With Triple Rear Cameras Is Entering Production

  • A new report mentions that Apple’s 2020 iPad Pro has gone into production with a launch expected around March.
  • This iPad Pro will reportedly feature three rear cameras, similar to the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max handsets.
  • This aligns with a recent report that discussed the possibility of Apple hosting a hardware launch event on the 31st of March.
  • Apple is also believed to be launching AirTags location trackers as well as the iPhone SE 2 during the March event.

Apple is rumored to be launching an upgraded version of the iPad Pro this fall. Earlier reports have mentioned that this iPad Pro upgrade will come with 5G on board, thus indicating that it will launch just after the 2020 iPhones are unveiled. Today, a new report from a Taiwanese publication Digitimes suggests that Apple’s iPad Pro upgrade has already entered production.

The report goes on to add that among the notable rumored upgrades, the iPad Pro will come with triple cameras, much like the iPhone 11 Pro and the 11 Pro Max that were announced in 2019. However, this report contradicts previous launch estimates. As per the source, the iPad Pro going into production now means that Apple is targeting a release timeframe of around the end of March.


It was rumored yesterday that Apple is hosting an event on the 31st of March, so perhaps we’ll learn more about the iPad Pro then. The event is also expected to unveil the ultra-wideband location-tracking tags known as AirTags. This hardware/software combination is said to work especially well with the iPhone 11 lineup that comes with the company’s proprietary UI chip to enable ultra-wideband technology.

The aforementioned rumor from yesterday also talked about Apple launching the successor to the iPhone SE 2 on March 31 with a launch expected on April 3. If these rumors are true, it seems like Apple fans will have a lot to be excited about by April.

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Source: Digitimes

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