Apple’s upcoming latest iPad Pro 12.9-inch could come with the 5G technology, owing to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X55 5G modem.
Moreover, if Apple does indeed use that 5G modem that would enable the new iPad Pro to incorporate both sub-6 GHz 5G and the faster millimeter-wave 5G.
This exciting news has been leaked online by Apple leaker L0vetodream over twitter. Furthermore, L0vetodream also mentioned the iPad Pro could also have the Mini-LED displays.
Although, this is not the first time we have heard about the concept of implementing Mini-LED displays for the iPad Pro from Apple.
Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, stated in December 2019 that a 12.9-incher iPad Pros fitted with the mini-LED tech could launch in mid-to-late 2020.
Kuo also mentioned that the reason Apple is interested in implementing mini-LED display-panels is that they offer identical benefits to OLED screens. For example, localized dimming and wide color range.
In addition to newer display panels, L0vetodream has stated that the upcoming iPad Pros may also be fitted with the A14X chip, which is similar to Kuo’s predictions from December.
We can expect the launch in the early months of 2021.
Point to note is that this prediction is later then Kuo’s late 2020 predicted release for the new 12.9-incher iPad Pros.
In terms of credibility of the source L0vetodream there is not much to say.
The main reason being for that matter is that L0vetodream is an anonymous twitter account.
Therefore, we are not aware of the identity of the person behind it.
But some recent rumours and predictions from that account have turned out to be true.
iPad Pro with 5G is the future
5G is the tech of the not-so-very-distant future and sooner or later Apple devices are going to be fitted with that piece of technology.
There were some rumors floating around on social media websites recently regarding the safety of 5G technology. However, in reality, these rumors carry no weight, 5G is safe.
Now, it was speculated that 5G is coming to phones this year. It is only a matter of time when it indeed does.