Upcoming Apple iPad Pro may feature a triple-lens camera setup

Next iPad Pro May Sport a Triple-Camera Setup, Claims New Report

Next iPad Pro May Sport a Triple-Camera Setup, Claims New Report

There was no specific mention of the iPhone 11 part just the "Pro" name, we suspect that Apple may just name the top model the iPhone Pro, the standard model the iPhone and the entry level model the iPhone XR2. Well, if rumors are any to go by, Apple's planning on changing that. This time though, there will be three cameras on the rear.

The new iPhone 11 is believed to sport a triple-lens camera, but speculations now suggest that the newest iPad Pro, which is expected to be launched in October 2019, will feature the same setup.

Beyond improved image quality for still photos and videos, more cameras could allow Apple to provide improved augmented reality experiences on the tablet.

It looks like multiple camera system would be Apple future project, precisely the company's AR ambition.

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All iPads going back to 2010 have included single-lens cameras, but the 10.2-inch iPadOS slate supposedly coming soon will have a dual-lens one, according to the Japanese-language Mac Treasure Tracing Club (MacOtokara), who cites a Chinese component supplier. It may seem like a freakish decision, but the truth is that people do take pictures using their iPads.

Also, details about the 10.2-inch iPad have also been leaked with it said to come with a dual-camera setup on the rear which it will inherit from the iPhone 11R. Likely an iPhone Pro would have more RAM and possibly a faster processor than other models.

The new iPad Pro models and the sixth-generation non-pro iPad are rumoured to launch in October. The new iPads may get released alongside the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

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