Apple iPad Pro 2022 Renders have Leaked Showing Notched Display, Triple Rear Cameras

Let’s take a look at more details of the Apple iPad Pro 2022 design, specs and other details.

Apple iPad Pro M2 2022
Representative image.

Apple might refresh its iPad Pro lineup next year. According to reports, the iPad Pro 2022 will get some new design changes. As expected, it will also come with improved internals. The company might unveil its new Pro iPad models in March or April 2022. There is no word on the official launch date at the moment. While we wait for that, some key details of the Pro model have surfaced online. A new report claims that the iPad Pro 2022 will follow the iPhone 13 Pro‘s design language. Let’s take a look at more details of the Apple iPad Pro 2022 design, specs and other details.

Apple iPad Pro 2022

Apple is expected to launch at least two new iPad Pro models in 2022. The company has not officially confirmed the rumoured news yet. However, design renders of the 2022 iPad Pro have surfaced online. According to MyDrivers, the iPad Pro will come with narrower bezels on all sides. The bezels have become so narrow that Apple will implement a notch design at the top for the front camera. The company made a similar move for the MacBook Pro M1 M1 Pro/ M1 Max, where it narrowed down the bezels to the edge of the screen but introduced a notch for the front camera. While the MacBook Pro does not, the Pro iPad models will have Face ID.

The 2022 iPad Pro will also have a dual-layer OLED for higher display brightness and better durability. As expected, Apple will use an LTPO display with support for a 120Hz refresh rate. Both models, the 11-inch and 12.9-inch devices are likely to come with a mini-LED display. The frame is also said to be made up of titanium alloy instead of aluminium.

On the back, the report states that Apple will introduce a triple-camera setup along with the LiDAR sensor on the iPad Pro. It is unknown if the camera sensor setup will be similar to the iPhone Pro lineup at the moment. While most of the specs fall in line with previous reports, we would advise taking the leaked design renders with a pinch of salt.

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