We've been expecting quite a bit from the iPad Pro for a while now, and it looks like rumours are about to fuel even further now that Apple had accidentally listed their upcoming iPad Pro on their website. This happened mainly on Apple's China website, and despite having taken down the listings the internet is already spreading the screenshots and information revealed.
A Canadian Apple Blog shared a screenshot revealing four new iPad models, though two of them are variations of the other; mainly they're the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pros, that are split between WiFi-only model and the other supporting cellular connectivity.
As for what you can expect from the upcoming iPad Pro, it's possible for the tablet to feature a triple-lens main camera array with 3D sensing capabilities. There's also the possibility that you can now turn the iPad into a powerful laptop replacement with the addition of a new keyboard accessory with a built-in trackpad, which means that the iPadOS 14 will feature more robust mouse support.
These listings pretty much prove that Apple could be close to making an official announcement soon with Bloomberg mentioning that the iPad Pro should arrive during the first half of 2020, although with the debacle with COVID-19 this could be further pushed back or done via some online announcement.