Apple May Use iPhone Pro Branding For 2019 Models Launching In September

Ruben Fields
August 12, 2019

The rumored new camera hardware for the 2019 iPad Pro would add features like that, as well as improve performance in areas such as augmented reality.

As per MacRumors, an anonymous Twitter account that has a proven track record claims that at least one of the new iPhone handsets will feature "Pro" in its branding with the upcoming iPhone be called the iPhone 11 Pro.

There was no specific mention of the iPhone 11 part just the "Pro" name, we suspect that Apple may just name the top model the iPhone Pro, the standard model the iPhone and the entry level model the iPhone XR2.

Apple is expected to release the new iPhones on 20 September, with the "Pro" variant powered by the triangular triple camera setup and a new square-shaped bump.

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While the current-gen iPad Pro only sports a single 12MP sensor at the back and a 7MP sensor at the front, last-year's 6th-gen iPad comes with a measly 1.2MP camera at the front and an 8MP sensor at the back. Because of this, users miss out on interesting features such as Portrait Mode. As of now, these rumours are mere hearsay and nothing is finalized until Apple officially unveils it at an event scheduled for later on this year. The setup will be similar to what you get on the iPhone 11R, a sequel to the iPhone XR.

It noted that the 6th generation iPad could come with the same dual-camera setup that the iPhone 11 LCD model will have. It is expected that Apple will launch as many as three new iPhones. Aside from that, the most recent 9.7-inch iPad was released in March 2018 so it's about time we see a refresh.

Some have speculated that the "Max" won't be dropped altogether and that there could be a chance that Apple could be coming up with both the iPhone 11 Max and the iPhone 11 Pro models this year.

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