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Apple might update iPad Pros with three rear cameras

Apple might update iPad Pros with three rear cameras Apple might update iPad Pros with three rear cameras
Cecil Davis | 12 August, 2019, 16:27

As per MacRumors, an anonymous Twitter account that has a proven track record claims that at least one of the new iPhone handsets will feature "Pro" in its branding with the upcoming iPhone be called the iPhone 11 Pro. Leaked CAD renders reportedly reveal what these three models will appear like, with one of many major variations being the triple-camera system inside a square-shaped module.

Another goal of releasing an iPad Pro with three rear-facing cameras is to bring the same level of photography experience one would usually get with the iPhone. If latest rumors are anything to go by, the next-gen iPad Pro might be the next slate to get the feature.

Apple could be launching its next flagship smartphone, unofficially dubbed as the iPhone 11, next month. The launch will take place in October at a separate hardware event.

Reports suggest that not just iPads but upcoming iPhones would also be featuring a triple rear camera array. The iPhone XS Max, for instance, is a decent name but isn't fundamentally different from the "Plus" moniker Apple has been using the past few years.

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It is expected that the Cupertino giant will release three models of the iPhone this fall.

As far as both iPad models are concerned, the 2019 11-inch and 12.9-inch Pro models they will likely to be introduced at a separate event Apple will hold in late October as it did past year.

The back camera, of course, remains to be the biggest news when it comes to the iPhone 11. Doing so will definitely strengthen the Pro line which also includes the MacBook Pro.

If this lends itself to be true, this will be the first time the iPhone has ever used the Pro suffix on its products, with the iPad and Mac lines receiving the "Pro" naming system.