This leak comes Sonny Dickson, which says that this is a "final design mockup" of the next iPad Pro. To be clear, the image, which can be seen below, is not an actual working next-generation iPad Pro, but a nonworking design model.
While Apple says frequently that its integrated hardware and software enable it to do magical things with cameras-and in some cases, that's true-that doesn't mean every shot taken on the iPhone 11 Pro phones was the best photo.
Apple was a little late to the multi-lens smartphone party, equipping the iPhone 7 Plus with a dual rear-facing camera system several years after HTC experimented with a rudimentary arrangement of that sort and several months after the likes of Huawei and LG helped bring the technology into the mainstream. Instead, Apple will simply display the three shooters and LED flash differently on the iPad Pro (2019), approaching the design in a more symmetrical way.
As you can see, the biggest change to the iPad is the addition of a triple camera module that is similar, if not identical, to the one that was released on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Apple is expected to unveil the hardware this October to round out this year's most recent line of iOS devices.
'Whether this indicates something unique about the iPad's version of the new camera hardware or is just a minor omission in a device meant to showcase the final physical form of the device remains to be seen, ' he shared. The placement of the camera array is different in this mockup than on the iPhone 11 Pro or Pro Max, but the specifications will likely be the same as on the iPhone.