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After 12.9-inch, 3D CAD renders of Apple iPad Pro 11-inch 2021 appears online

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Yesterday, 91Mobiles showed the 3D CAD renders of the upcoming 2021 iPad Pro 12.9-inch model. Alongside this, a report by MySmartPrice shows how an 11-inch variant of it would look like.

Just like the 12.9-inch model, the iPad Pro‘s11-inch CAD renders also resemble the predecessor. We don’t see big design changes confirming the early reports. Accordingly, the new report also says that the 2021 11-inch iPad Pro will have the same thickness as the 2020 model.

Precisely, it will measure 245.74 x 176.61 x 5.90mm as per the report. If we recall, the 2020 model has a 5.9mm thickness but its length and breadth vary at 247.6mm and 178.5mm respectively. This suggests that Apple is looking to make the iPad Pro more ergonomically appealing without experimenting too much.

However, just like early reports, we see the Power Button and Speaker Grille on the top portion where speakers have fewer holes than the predecessor. The rest of the design looks the same. We see a boxy design with squared-off edges. At the back, there is a squircle layout with dual-Cameras, LiDAR scanner, and LED Flash.

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Speaking of which, the renders also show that the camera bump will be a bit subtle and lesser this time. That said, there is another set of speaker grille, Type-C port on the bottom, and volume rockers and smart connector pins to the right. That said, we don’t have any information on the specs right now.

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However, a few early reports say that both the sizes of iPad Pro 2021 will get a Touch ID on the power button, bump up in Apple’s A-series(could be 5nm A14 Bionic) processor. Further, we can expect the LCD display on the 11-inch model while the 12.9-inch is vaguely rumored to include a mini-LED display.

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