Recently, news about four new iPad Pro stormed on the Internet. On the Eurasian Economic Commission database, Apple should have been launching a new iPad version with the model number A2229. But now, Apple’s website in China has leaked what’s the deal with those iPad models.
As they were spotted, the iPads are in the form of new 12.9-inch and 11-inch iPad Pros, both Cellular and Wi-Fi variants. The Chinese user manual has the following iPad Pro configurations with variant numbers A2229, 12228, A22231, A2233. Here’s the full listing:
- 12.9-inch iPad Pro Cellular: A2233; CMIIT ID: 2019AJXXXX;
- 12.9-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi: A2229; CMIIT ID: 2019AJXXXX;
- 11-inch iPad Pro Cellular: A2231; CMIIT ID: 2019AJXXXX;
- 11-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi: A2228; CMIIT ID: 2019AJXXXX;
Note that all those numbers represent the iPad Pro variant, followed by their China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology ID (CMIIT).
New iPad Pro Versions Set to Be Launched
The listed iPad Pro versions have been recorded in the section describing radiofrequency exposure and how the iPad utilizes radio signals to access the wireless network. This detail has been translated with Google Translate. The finding was published on Feng by user MarcusKei, a Chinese website.
Last year in July, four models and the version A2228 were showcased in Eurasian Economic Commission certification documents. Three of those five variant numbers proved to be the iPad 7th generation (A2198, A1297, and A2200).
The actual iPad Pro 12.9-inch variant, Apple’s 3rd generation, came with model numbers A1983, A1895, A2014, and A1876 (China). As for the 11-inch iPad Pro, A1980, A2013, A1934, A1979 (China) were listed as model numbers. The four new iPad Pro variant numbers on the Chinese version website of Apple are not listed on Apple’s “Identity your iPad model” support category.
No features of the four iPad Pro models are displayed. Some speculations indicate a new back camera module will be introduced with three lenses and a ToF 3D camera. Soon, we’re going to receive more information. Recently, Apple has updated its website to delete details of the upcoming iPad Pro variants, as expected.