Rumors and leaks so far point to the iPad Air 2020 (or iPad Air 4) having a lot in common with the more modern iPad Pros, much like how the iPad Air 3 was based on the 10.5-inch iPad Pro. Another report circulating Chinese media claims that Apple is looking to bring a radical change to its iPad Air by increasing the display size to 11-inches and replacing the Lighting port with a Type-C connector. The report comes from unnamed Apple suppliers and claims the upcoming Air will feature a similar design to the current 11-inch iPad Pro with slim bezels and possibly Face ID. The latter part is still not confirmed so we’re not holding our breath. Report: Fourth-generation iPad Air to switch to USB-C, iPad mini sticking with LightningReport: Dieter tears down the conspiracy wall that he used to make sense of why some Apple products get Lightning and others USB-C, falls to the floor and weeps.https://t.co/pB3gQLBu2t— Dieter Bohn (@backlon) June 3, 2020 Apple has been following a policy of increasing its iPad display sizes for the past years so the new claims make sense. The latest report also mentions the iPad Air 4 will utilize the Apple A13 Bionic chipset found in the iPhone 11 lineup and and new iPhone SE.The new iPad Pros may also have an A14X chip, says L0vetodream (which also matches Kuo’s predictions from December) and could launch in Q1 or Q2 of 2021 (which is later than Kuo’s Q3 2020 predicted release for a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro). L0vetodream is an anonymous Twitter account, so it’s unclear who is behind it. But the account has recently shared some rumors that have turned out to be true, including that the new iPhone SE would come in three different colors and storage configurations. However, it’s also a reasonably safe guess that 5G is coming to iPad Pros in the near future, given that 5G is rumored to come to iPhones this year. You can see L0vetodream’s full rumor track record on AppleTrack.