iPad 2020 reveals a design diagram with a thin-bezel screen like the iPad Pro, with support for Magic Keyboard
Apple is said to be working on a new eighth-generation iPad model that could be released in early September. Prior to its launch, 91mobiles just exclusively shared its blueprints. iPad 2020 comes from a reliable source.
The design shows that the next-generation iPad model will look quite similar to the iPad Pro 2020 with a thin bezel screen, the sensor for the Face ID feature located close to the top edge and the physical Home button with integrated sensor. Hand Touch ID has been removed. On the back, the iPad 8 will have a single camera located in the top left corner with the help of an LED flash. Fear also shows that the iPad 2020 will have a magnetic connection on the back to support Magic Keyboard.
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Overall, the design diagrams show that the iPad 2020 will have drastic improvements in design to bring the standard model closer to the iPad Pro line. It will be a bit smaller than the first-generation 2015 iPad Pro in size and comes with a 10.84-inch display. This is in line with recent leaks that suggest that the eight-generation iPad will have a 10.8-inch display. We can see the selfie camera as well as the Face ID sensor above the screen, along with two other sensors, while the power button is located at the top.
Additionally, there are dual speakers and USB Type-C charging located on the bottom edge. The right edge of the iPad 2020 will be the place for the volume buttons, the SIM tray, and the left edge is the Sleep / Wake button. The antenna lines can be seen on the top as well as the bottom of the back panel.
Currently, very little is known about the eight-generation iPad except that it could launch in the second week of September and comes with a 20W fast charger. Let’s wait and see!