iPad Pro Leaks Suggest What The Apple October Event Might Hold For Us

According to the recent iPad Pro leaks, emerging online more and more, as the Apple October event gets closer, reveal that the new iPad Pro would look more sophisticated than a tablet. Until now, rumors were talking about an iPad Pro with Face ID, thinner bezels, a new Apple Pen, and 4K HDR support. Designed especially for animators, architects, and designers requiring a fantastic display for their work, the new iPad Pro might feature a compact plasma screen. Yesterday, new renders emerged online showing how the upcoming Apple tablet might look like.

The first of the three CAD images reveals a horizontal iPad Pro with very slim bezels, lower thickness, and no home button, suggesting for the implementation of Face ID.

According to the other two images, the upcoming iPad Pro would be 5.86-millimeters thick, by about 0.3 slimmer than the previous models. Also, the pics confirmed that the new Apple tablet would come in two variants, one with 11-inch screen and another with a 12.9-inch display.

iPad Pro Leaks Suggest What The Apple October Event Might Hold For Us

The recent iPad Pro leaks emerged at first on Twitter, thanks to the leaker Benjamin Geskin, and then they appeared on the SlashLeaks site. A few hours later, the before-mentioned website posted more renders of the upcoming Apple tablet.

The images and the recent rumors on the upcoming iPad Pro suggest for a tablet with slimmer bezels, no home button, and reduced thickness. However, according to other leaks, the future iPad Pro would come with a 10.5-inch display. But all the leaks on the new Apple tablet hint at a device without a notch.

We will find more details about that during the Apple October event which, according to the previous years’ similar events, might take place during the week of October 8 (which is almost over) or October 15.

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