As we mentioned previously in previous articles, Apple plans to present a smart speaker (smartspeaker) with Siri and a new iPad Pro 10.5 inches during the World Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 5 to be held in the McEnery Convention Center of San José (California).
Precisely yesterday we were commenting that the iPad Pro 10.5 inches and the iPad Pro 12.9 inches would have two built-in microphones based on the filtered photos of their respective cases.
Benjamin Geskin, a popular analyst who does not usually fail in his predictions and leaks, has shared some images belonging to sketches and sketches of the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro. And guess what? It will not have two microphones ... it will have three! In addition, its side bevels will be much smaller, specifically 7 millimeters.
The iPad Pro 10.5 inches has gone into production
The new images agree perfectly with the general idea of the filtration of yesterday's covers. In them we see a device with four speakers, a Lightning port, a camera with a flash just below and a Smart Connector.
The sketches shared today also reveal a microphone in the upper center and two microphones placed on the upper edge.
But the most surprising thing about this filtration is the reduction of the side bezels of the iPad Pro of 10.5 inches with respect to the current models. The device will have side bezels 7 mm wide. As for the bevels of the upper part and the lower part, they would be 19 millimeters. This would indicate, a priori, that the 10.5-inch iPad Pro will have a physical Home button.
Thus, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro will be slightly larger than the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. It seems that Apple is still looking for perfection, and its tablets continue to evolve at a dizzying pace and unbridled.