Apple Accidentally Listed New iPad Pro Models On Its Site



Claims that Apple will release the new iPad continue to strengthen. The company temporarily listed 4 new iPad Pro models in the user manual of the iPadOS 13 available on its website in China today.

The iPhone in Canada blog, which realized the list and took a screenshot, published it after Apple removed the list. 2 of these 4 new iPad Pro models are 11-inch and the other 2 are 12.9-inch models. The model numbers of these iPads added by mistake are A2228, A2229, A2231 and A2233.

A2228 and A2229 of these models were added to the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) database recently. Apple officially announces the model it added, shortly after its addition to the EEC database. These additions are the harbinger of the new iPad models.

Speaking about the features of the new iPad Pro models, famous Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo said he expects the triple camera and 3D detection features to be available on the new iPads. Sonny Dickson, who has been known for leaking news about Apple, has supported this claim over the past year, but the most exciting change is not hardware related.

Towards the end of last month, The Information wrote that Apple was working on a new keyboard accessory. This means that iPads can replace laptops.

It's a wonder when new iPads will appear. In November, Bloomberg wrote that the new iPad will be introduced in the first half of 2020, but it is thought that this did not happen due to the Corona virus outbreak.

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