Another objective of releasing an iPad Pro with three rear-facing cameras is to bring the same level of photography experience one would usually get with the iPhone.
Just like the upcoming iPhone 11, the next-generation iPad Pro will have a primary lens, the secondary camera with a telephoto lens and the third lens will have a wide-angle lens.
According to a Chinese supply chain source, a Mac Otakara report suggests Apple could bring a multiple camera array on the back of its upcoming line-up of iPad Pros, reports suggest.
Beyond improved image quality for still photos and videos, more cameras could allow Apple to provide improved augmented reality experiences on the tablet. If the new camera hardware does make its way to the 2019 version of the iPad Pro, it's also expected to get new features that the current model doesn't have, such as Portrait mode.
While the next iPad Pro could come with three rear cameras, the regular 10.2-inch iPad might come with a dual-camera system, reported. As of now, these rumours are mere hearsay and nothing is finalized until Apple officially unveils it at an event scheduled for later on this year. This setup will likely be similar to what we have seen in the leaks for the next-gen iPhone lineup. So it comes to the time for the iPhone XI... or Pro? This will include three cameras for the top "Pro" model, possibly the top two models and new processor and more. It suggests the name for the Apple 10 XS and Apple iPad recent uploaded editions. The new iPads may get released alongside the 16-inch MacBook Pro.