Apple’s New iPad Pro Could Feature iPhone 11 Pro’s Camera Design

Posted on September 17, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Apple, iOS, Mobile with 15 Comments

As expected, the camera design on the iPhone 11 made a lot of fuss online. Apple’s new triple-camera system on the iPhone 11 Pro introduced a new design for the camera bump on the iPhone that we have never seen before. It’s not an elegant design, but the photography improvements that come with the new triple-camera system are impressive.

And, unfortunately enough, that same camera setup could be making its way to the iPad Pro.

You see, even though Apple just launched a whole bunch of products, we are still expecting another October event from the company where it’s expected to reveal new iPad Pros, a new MacBook Pro, and some other products. And although we haven’t heard much about the new iPad Pro, there’s been a new leak that shows off the “final design mockup” of Apple’s upcoming iPad Pro. The picture shows off the new triple-camera setup on the back of the upcoming iPad Pro, and it’s identical to the one seen on the iPhone 11 Pro:

The design doesn’t look as polished as the iPhone 11 Pro, and that’s probably because this is not the actual product. If, however, the camera on the upcoming iPad Pro is the main focus in terms of upgrades, that could be a little disappointing considering people don’t really take a lot of pictures on their tablets. Apple will probably market the new video taking and editing capabilities as the main highlight upgrade for the new iPad Pro, though that may not appeal to a wide set of customers.

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