Apple may have leaked four new iPad Pro models on its website before removing them quickly
- A support document may have leaked hardware on Apple’s Chinese website
- The document suggested four new models, including an 11-inch and 12.9-inch
- Both formats come with a mobile version and a Wi-Fi only version
Apple may have accidentally leaked several new iPads on one of its websites.
According to a Canadian Apple Blog, iPhone Canada, a support document on Apple’s Chinese website leaked four new iPad Pros, but was removed shortly after uploading.
In particular, the document showed evidence of two 11-inch versions, one mobile-capable and one Wi-Fi only, as well as two 12.9-inch devices with the same difference.
Apple may have accidentally leaked four new upcoming iPad Pros in a support document on one of its websites
As Engadget noted, two of the models A2228 and A2229 correspond to recent filings with the Eurasian Economic Commission, a typical harbinger of new hardware from the technology giant.
While there weren’t many details beyond model numbers and size information, previous information from analyst Ming Chi-Kuo suggested that a three-lens main camera system with 3D detection capabilities.
Aside from that, the new iPad Pros are also said to come with an attractive accessory for those looking to replace their more traditional laptops.
According to a report by The Information last month, Apple is working on a keyboard with a built-in trackpad that will accompany its upcoming iPad Pros.
The information reports suggested that the tech giant plans to release the redesigned iPad keyboard “alongside the next version of the iPad Pro expected later this year.”
Sources close to the case said the iPad Pro Smart’s design will “be made of materials similar” to current Smart Keyboards.
The leak also comes shortly after information surfaced about Apple’s upcoming budget iPhones, which are expected to be unveiled sometime this year.
Last December, the public may have had a first look at the next-generation iPads, suggesting the devices will mirror the iPhone 11 Pro with the same triple rear cameras.
According to a report by 9to5Mac, code discovered in iOS 14 shows that the company plans to release an iPhone 9 Plus, which will serve as a larger alternative to an upcoming suite of more budget-oriented devices.
The discovery of the code is the first in terms of Apple’s legitimate references to the upcoming iPhone 9 (which may still be referred to as the iPhone SE 2), and has been rumored for about a year.
According to an earlier report by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has often correctly predicted Apple’s upcoming hardware, the phone would hit the market in March 2020 after it went into production in January, but a coroan virus pandemic will likely to slow down that process.