New iPads certified by EEC, might belong to the Pro line-up

by Michele Ingelido 0

Two new iPads have been certified by the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). This confirms that Apple is working to bring at least two brand new tablets in the European market. The two new devices are identified by the model numbers A1895 and A1980 and these new codenames are the confirmation that we are talking about new models certified. Further, they are running iOS 12 which is the latest version of Apple’s operating system. According to reports, Apple is planning to release new models from the iPad Pro line-up, so these ones might be the most powerful upcoming phablets from the Cupertino giant.

One of them is rumored to come with a medium-sized 11-inch display and with a bezel-less design as well which will allow getting a compact device even though its screen is wide enough for productivity. Given the presence of thin bezels, we do not expect to see a Touch ID button, unlike the previous models. It might be replaced by a structured light which will allow users to unlock the tablet with Face ID, thanks to 3D facial recognition, just like the iPhone X. Usually, professional tablets released by Apple come with the most powerful SoC released from the Cupertino company.

To be accurate, they usually boast an enhanced version of the latest iPhones’ chipset. So, if these tablets will be released before the upcoming iPhones, there is a chance that at least one of them will sport a powerful Apple A12X SoC with an hexa-core architecture. Note that the Apple A12 Fusion present on the iPhone X is the only hexa-core mobile chipset able to make all of its six core work together. The SoC would be accompanied by up to 4 GB of RAM in the most powerful variant and up to 256 GB of internal storage or more.