Apple did not renew the iPad Pro last year and rumors in recent months have announced the launch in early 2020. Now it is being reported Digitimes, until the fall of this year we will not see the first 5G models, so renewal at the beginning of the year can be delayed until the fall.
Apple was expected to introduce a renewal of The iPad Pro in March of 2019 is keeping its design updated and with major improvements to the rear cameras using a module similar to that of the iPhone 11 Pro. However, the new report confirms that until September we would not see 5G models, which they will be using Apple's new A14 processor.
It's not clear if there will be an update to this so-called model in March even though the launch is delayed until the fall, but what seems clear is that if Apple launches the new Apple Pro soon, they won't be A14 processor as this was not yet possible.
The Pad Pro can be delayed
When we listen to this new report, it seems strange that Apple, After a whole year without renewing the iPads Pro, I will renew it twice by 2020, one now in March with three rear cameras and another in the fall to feature the A14 processor and 5G technology. It seems more reasonable to wait until the autumn and introduce all these tasks at once.
Apple is expected to introduce new iOS devices, including the iPhone and iPad, which will include 5G sub-6GHz and mmWave data probably in September, which will significantly increase the demand for the 5nm A14 processor. The A14 can be used on various iOS 5G bandwidth devices as long as the compatible modem chip and AiP modules are accepted. Qualcomm will offer 5G Snapdragon X55 new modems for the iPhone by 2020
Once this information is confirmed it seems clear that The iPad Pro this year is delayed until the end of 2020, what you think makes sense. To update the iPad Pro now, Apple would have done it before October. And now introducing the Pro version with the A13X Bionic theoretician when the A14 processor is just standing in the corner wouldn't make much sense.