Recently there have been reports that Apple might release 5G supported iPhones in 2020 after a legal battle Apple was indulged in ended up abruptly. Now, there has been news flowing in about a 5G version of iPad Pro in the making. According to the top Apple analyst, Apple might release a 5G iPad Pro at some point in the near future.
Ming-Chi Kuo, who has provided accurate details about unreleased Apple products on numerous occasions, has suggested in a note to the Economic Daily News that Apple is set to release two new iPad Pros in 2019–an 11-inch model and a giant 12.9-inch tablet.
While this comes as no surprise since Apple releases two new models of iPad Pro every year, in those two sizes, the note continues to say that after 2021, Apple might release iPad Pros with 5G chips.
The most recent iPad Pro 12.9 and iPad Pro 11 come and other current iPad Pros come with LTE connection, that allows users to insert a SIM card and use 4G internet when out an about. That makes 5G on Apple devices a long time due and the company has acknowledged that issue and is willing to bring its newer devices with the feature.
2021 is a long way to go for 5G supported iPads, nevertheless, given how Apple was caught in the turmoil of legal wars that made it difficult to bring 5G modems to its devices, it looks like the company has left that past behind and is now gearing up to compete with its rivals in terms of connectivity.
According to several sources, Apple is looking forward to adding USB mouse support to iOS13, perhaps as soon as iOS 13‘s reveal at WWDC 2019 in June. These sources include Federico Viticci and developers Steve Troughton-Smith and Guilheme Rambo, each of them having a good track record when it comes to predicting features on iOS.
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