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Two new iPad models from Apple are certified in Europe, possibly iPad Pro

Recently, two new iPad models from Apple have been certified by the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). This move confirms that Apple is developing at least two completely new tablets in the European market.

The two new models, modeled A1895 and A1980, are running iOS 12 – the latest version of the mobile operating system from Apple. According to reports, Apple is planning to launch several new models for the iPad Pro, so these two devices may be the most powerful phablet upcoming Cupertino.

Two new iPad models from Apple have been certified EEC by the Eurasian Economic Commission.

Specifically, one of the two new iPad models will have an 11-inch mid-range screen with an ultra-thin Bezel bezel, which makes the device even more compact, although its screen is still quite wide to meet the needs of people. use. With the ultra-thin bezel, it is hoped that we will not have to see the Home button with the Touch ID like previous models. It could be replaced by a light sensor that allows the user to unlock the tablet using the Face ID – detecting the 3D face just like the iPhone X. As usual, Apple’s iPad Pro models are equipped with the company’s strongest microprocessor at the time of launch.

To be more precise, they usually come with upgraded versions of the latest chipsets used on the iPhone. So, if two tablets were released before the upcoming iPhone models, it is likely that at least one of the two new iPad models will be powered by the powerful Apple A12X processor with six cores. handling. Currently, the Apple A12 Fusion on the iPhone X is the only six-core mobile chipset with which all six cores can work simultaneously. In addition, two new iPad Pro models will come with 4GB of RAM for the highest configuration option, while the internal memory up to 256GB.

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