Apple’s 2020 launch event is not that far away. We already talked a lot about the design, structure, and variant of next-generation iPhones, i.e., iPhone 12 series. But in case of iPads, we were in dark until yesterday when 91Mobiles posted a bunch of leaked iPad 2020 design schematics. And from that report, we are happy to tell you that the 8th-gen iPads will have thinner bezels and surprisingly will ship with FaceID, instead of last year’s TouchID. There is one more surprise is being packed with the unit, i.e., the newer iPad 2020 will support the Magic Keyboard.
Apple is rumored to launch a new iPad in September. While Apple is yet to verify, design schematics of the new iPad 2020 are leaked. This new iPad is claimed to seem tons just like the premium iPad Pro 2020.
Apple launched its seventh-generation iPad in September 2019, with it sporting a bigger 10.2-inch Retina display and support for the full-size Smart Keyboard. In what might be an indicator for other products that will launch alongside the anticipated “iPhone 12” in September, schematics claiming to point out subsequent iPad suggest it’s going to gain another facelift.
The images published by 91Mobiles depict an iPad with a ten .8-inch display, which is claimed to correlate with other rumors and speculation about the model. To match the larger screen, Apple also will cash in of the planning language of the iPad Pro to form the bezels slim.
Narrow bezels all the way around and no Touch ID button also will be firsts for the iPad. While recent reports have suggested an all-screen iPad Air with Touch ID mounted within the power button, this report claims that Apple will move all the high to Face ID, currently only on the iPad Pro.
The edges use an equivalent flat design because of the iPad Pro lineup instead of a more gradual curve. Towards the bottom are claimed to be a USB Type-C port for charging, four microphones, and dual speakers, though this last point might be Apple adding a second grille for design symmetry.
It’s not certain what quite a performance the new iPad could offer, although t’s likely to incorporate a more modern processor than the A10 from the present starter model.
The report claims that the schematics show an eighth-generation iPad, but other rumors have also suggested it might be an iPad Air 4. because the third-generation iPad Air launched in March 2019, it remains an opportunity that the schematics show that model instead.
We are not quite certain about these features and designs of the eighth-generation iPad except that it may launch in the next month’s Apple event which might be happening in the second week.