We expect to see new iPad Pro models in the coming months, and today we will see what claims to be the CAD images of the 11-inch 2021 iPad Pro.
The model doesn’t tell us much, but unfortunately reveals only two small changes from the current model …
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We now have an exclusive first look at the 11-inch iPad Pro (2021), detailing the generic design of the powerful tablet, leaked RAW CAD rendering sourced from sources. Our trustworthy, anonymous display, will not be a major design change in the 11-inch iPad Pro.
The image looks almost identical to the current model, although there is a slight difference in external dimensions.
According to our source, the upcoming 11-inch iPad Pro will measure 245.74 x 176.61 x 5.90 mm.
Compared to its predecessor, the iPad Pro 11 (2021) will be the same thickness, but Apple is reducing the length and width by some millimeters.The iPad Pro 11 (2021) is rumored to be slightly smaller. But will have the same thickness
The speaker grille appears to be smaller, in line with previous rumors.
So far, we’ve been expecting one notable change to the larger 12.9-inch iPad Pro – the use of a tiny LED backlight.
This will replace dozens to hundreds of white LEDs used for current backlight LCD screens to thousands of smaller LEDs. Having a level of control in where the backlight is and not activated will allow deeper blacks to be taken in the absence of light, greater brightness in the lit areas, and thus the aspect ratio. High-density, small LEDs are also more energy efficient than the large LEDs used in today’s iPads.
This represents a different path to Apple’s latest iPhones, all of which use OLED screens.Adding a small LED backlight to older LCD screens has two advantages over OLED: risky. Less burn-in and longer service life
We have several reports that Apple will be bringing a smaller LED light to the largest 12.9-inch iPad Pro. But there’s no word on the 11-inch model, suggesting that this feature may still be exclusive to the top-end models for now.
This appears to be in line with Apple’s desire to differentiate the most expensive iPads.The 2020 10.9-inch iPad Air takes the form of the much more expensive 11-inch iPad Pro with a number of Pro features. This means that many people who are willing to cash in for the Pro will buy the Air instead.However, if you want a bigger screen, you have no choice but to buy the Pro.The introduction of a smaller LED to the 12.9-inch model will first create incentives for using it. Pay more on popular models
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