Apple's iPad Pro 2020 Said To Sport 3D Sensor
Anil - Nov 12, 2019
Rumored 3D sensor-powered iPhones won't hit the market any time soon, so you might have to get an iPad Pro to enjoy an Apple's AR-powered device.
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The next iPad Pro actually will arrive in the coming time, but it may take you a long while before you can try a set of clever features packed inside the device. According to Bloomberg, the tech giant’s tendency to launch its pro tablet is said to be in early 2020. Along with two cameras, the device will sport a system of 3D sensors similar to which in Face ID.
As suggested, users can take advantage of those sensors to reconstructions of anything they want, such as a room, an object or even people. In the meantime, rumored 3D sensor-powered iPhones will reportedly hit the market later, so if you want to enjoy the new AR tech developed by Apple, you might have to get an iPad Pro.
A report from The Information previously leaked some related information when suggesting that a mixed AR and VR headset would come in 2022 (and maybe even in 2021). Apple then would release its AR glasses in 2023. If true, people will be able to get high-resolution displays and sophisticated AR experiences like walking in front of/behind AR objects.
If you want to upgrade your iPad tablet, keep in mind that time is the only factor that couldn't seem to be good news. In fact, you’ll likely have to spend a year and one half more waiting for the advanced iPad Pro.