Kensington's new iPad Pro StudioDock packs a range of ports and chargers

Joanna Estrada
January 13, 2021

Or they could be switching to mini-LED displays instead - actually, some rumors from last years claimed that both things are happening. However, Apple seems to be changing its timeline this year, and in fact, might launch its iPad Pro 2021 model as soon as this March. But estimated prices are Sach follows iPad Pro 2021 is specifically divided into two parts for price changing that is size and network availability mode. The leaked RAW CAD render, obtained from our trusted source who wished to remain anonymous shows there will not be big design changes to the 11-inch iPad Pro. Still, we will have to wait for the new iPad Pro models to launch to confirm most of the rumors we've received that also include new mini-LED displays that will give us brighter displays and improved battery life. Japanese site Mac Otakara has now created a buzz among the people by sharing a new report, which contains some important details and additional features of the upcoming iPad Pro 2021. The back camera module will have a squared design that would feature a dual read setup with LED flash, a LiDAR sensor, and a microphone like its predecessor. As for the measurements, the 2021 11-inch iPad model might be saved around 245.7x176.6x5.9mm.

Though there is no official news about the actual price of iPad Pro 2021. This could be due to the smaller bezels and the switch to a much-anticipated mini OLED display. It's unclear how the 12.9-inch models compare in size.

At the bottom edge will be the speaker grille, USB Type-C port, etc.

The next iPad mini may come with an 8.4-inch screen
Alleged iPad Pro (2021) CAD files hint at mostly unchanged design with marginally thinner bezels

The StudioDock also sports a range of ports to expand an iPad Pro's connectivity options. In March 2021 the new iPad may get launched. It's unclear if Apple will integrate Touch ID into the button as it did with the iPad Air 4, but there is nearly certainly going to be a Face ID system above the display.

(Pocket-lint) - The iPad mini might not be the most headline-grabbing of Apple's line of tablets, but it's one of the most beloved nonetheless, with its small size making it ideal for the uses many people actually set out to buy a tablet for.

Expect Face ID and quad-speakers, but Touch ID isn't guaranteed Sandwiched between the front and rear panels are a quad-speaker system and a magnetic strip on the side that charges the second-gen Apple Pencil.

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