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Aside from a possible larger “budget” iPhone 9, Apple seemingly let slip that new iPad Pros will arrive in the foreseeable future.
The accidental reveal was spotted by Apple news-focused blog iPhone in Canada through a support document published by Apple on its Chinese website.
The listings hint at four models in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes and wireless LAN and cellular network options, namely A2228, A2231, A2229, and A2233. According to MacRumors, Apple recently filed the A2228 and A2229 variations in the Eurasian Economic Commission database, suggesting that they could be part of its lineup this year.
The listings, which didn’t indicate much beyond their sizes and compatible networks, were promptly taken down. However, earlier predictions point at a triple-lens rear camera with 3D sensing capabilities.
Apple was apparently poised to release new iPad Pros in the first half of the year, but the launch might now be delayed as production in China slows down over coronavirus concerns.
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