In accordance with past practices, Apple will hold a spring new product launch this month. In addition to the new iOS 15 system, the protagonist will also bring a new generation of iPad Pro products.
Recently, some netizens exposed the renderings of the iPad Pro 5 series made by foreign great gods, showing the appearance design and configuration information of the machine.
According to the picture, the iPad Pro 5 series still has two size versions, 11-inch version and 12.9-inch version. These two products are basically the same in terms of core.
Net exposure iPad Pro 5 rendering
In terms of appearance, the iPad Pro 5 still adopts a more square design as a whole, and continues the full-screen + Face ID program on the front. It is reported that its frame will be reduced compared to the previous generation.
The back is still equipped with a rectangular camera module in the upper left corner, which contains a 12-megapixel main camera + 10-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 7-megapixel TrueDepth lidar scanner.
It is worth noting that Apple will equip these two new products with Mini LED displays. This is the first time that Apple has introduced the technology to the iPad product line, which can bring better quality than the previous generation displays, including darker blacks and brighter. Brightness, richer colors and higher contrast.
Net exposure A14X Bionic performance comparable to M1 support 5G network
In terms of core, the iPad Pro 5 will first launch Apple’s self-developed A14X Bionic chip. Earlier news revealed that the chip’s final performance is expected to be the same as the Apple M1 chip on the new Mac. The only difference between the two is the power consumption strategy. The above is different, which will bring the most powerful performance in the history of the iPad product line.
In addition, the iPad Pro 5 series will also introduce support for 5G for the first time. It is reported that it is expected to be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 baseband, while supporting 5G below 6GHz and mmWave network, and built-in 8GB or more memory, up to 1TB storage space, performance aspects Called the strongest in history.