Alleged 2021 iPad Pro CAD Images Suggest Minor Design Changes

Ruben Fields
January 13, 2021

The iPad Mini 5 was launched March 2019 and featured Apple Pencil support and an A12 bionic chip.

According to the Japanese technology site Macotakara, Apple has begun production of a new iPad mini model.

iPad Pro 2021 is now all over the news. Or they could be switching to mini-LED displays instead - actually, some rumors from last years claimed that both things are happening. The renders of the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2021) models have been obtained by my 91 Mobiles. Others mentioned an iPad Pro with an OLED display coming in H2.

Updates about the iPad Pro line are some of the most anticipated Apple announcements annually, and a well-known leaker hints it would happen in March for this year.

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The iPad Pro (2021) looks just like the iPad Pro (2020) The 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro CAD renders, obtained by MySmartPrice and 91Mobiles, corroborate Apple's plans for minimal design changes on the next-generation iPad Pro lineup. We haven't heard anything about an M1-powered iPad, however, so the 2021 Pros may have to settle for the same chipset as the iPhones.

As of now, not much is known about the upcoming iPad 11 (2021) except for a vague launch date and now some RAW CAD renders of the 11-inch model. The name itself gives away the screen size. The back camera module will have a squared design that would feature a dual read setup with LED flash, a LiDAR sensor, and a microphone like its predecessor. The layout is also said to be the same, including a main camera, an ultra-wide shooter and a leader sensor.

At the bottom edge will be the speaker grille, USB Type-C port, etc. There is no word on the inclusion of Touch ID inside the power button like the Apple iPad Air 2020.

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