Apple may release iPad Pro with M2 chip this year

Apple is said to be planning to release the iPad Pro with the new M2 chip somewhere between September and November this year. during the Peek Performance EventThe company revealed the latest iPad Air with 5G support but it missed out on the updated iPad Pro model.

In his last book Bloomberg Newsletter “Power On,” Mark Gurman notes that Apple may spend about a year and a half to release an updated variant. In 2018, the company unveiled a new look for the iPad Pro with stiffer corners and ultra-thin bezels. These changes were made on the current iPad Pro 10.5, which was released in 2017.

Gurman expects Apple to follow a similar strategy here, where after the launch of M1-equipped iPad Pros in May 2021, an updated model is scheduled to be released sometime between September and November 2022. He also noted that the 2022 iPad Pro will come with MagSafe charging support.

a Leak from the Chinese site, MyDrivers Last year revealed a bunch of 3D renderings of the iPad Pro 2022. They also listed some features and hardware details about the same — some of which are consistent with Gurman’s earlier claims. Apple has canceled the glass cover of the aluminum back panel with the Apple logo.

The report also indicated that the new device will include a design similar to the iPhone 13, with a triple camera setup, slim bezels, and a notch for the selfie camera. It is expected to be launched in two sizes – 11 inches and 12.9 inches, with the main rear camera equipped with a LIDAR sensor, allowing for better augmented reality experiences.

At the time, Gurman also indicated that Apple could compete with Amazon by unveiling a larger 15-inch iPad. This speculation stems from his claim that the company is testing larger screen sizes for tablets, ranging from 14 to 16 inches, although there is no guarantee that the larger iPad will reach consumers.


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