Mere weeks away from Apple‘s usual Fall announcements, new details on its much-rumored iPhone Pros, refreshed iPad, iPad Pro, and larger MacBook Pro have begun to emerge. The new iPhone Pro line, meant to replace the current XS and XS Max models are rumored to have three cameras with higher resolutions and a low-light performance many are hoping to rival the Google Pixel cameras.
It will feature reverse wireless charging capabilities similar to Samsung‘s current handhelds, a wider-angle Face ID sensor, and an ultra-wide sensor in the rear for larger scope photos/video. According to Bloomberg, the successor to the iPhone XR is expected to get a second rear camera and that Apple may forego 3D Touch entirely in favor of the Haptic Touch feature the XR currently utilizes.
Entry-level iPads are expected to get updated to a new 10.2-inch display while both iPad Pro models are rumored to get an incremental processor and camera upgrade. Lastly, the current 15-inch MacBook Pro is getting bumped up one inch, which many believe will be due to the proposed elimination of bezels.
The main feature of the Pro iPhones will be a new camera system on the back with a third sensor for capturing ultra-wide-angle photos and videos https://t.co/5qsmFeY8JY
— Bloomberg (@business) August 22, 2019