Last year, Apple introduced the iPad Pro. The M1 processor will power the new pro version. It is also there in the MacBook Air, Mac mini, and 13-inch MacBook Pro. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman in the newest issue of his Power On newsletter. Apple aims to ship the next-generation iPad Pro with the M2 processor somewhere between September and November. Not only that, but the forthcoming Pro version may also include MagSafe wireless fast-charging technology. Apple is likely to make significant improvements to the next iPad Pros, according to Gurman.
The M1 chip was used in the final iPad Pros, which were introduced in May 2021. With a significantly boxier body, an edge-to-edge display, and a USB-C connection, the new iPad gets a significant makeover in 2018. This year, we may anticipate something similar. Although not as drastic as a redesign, additional features are likely to be added to certain new Pro models of this year.
Details about New iPad Pro
To begin, Apple may employ OLED in both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro versions, with mini LED solely in use in the 12.9-inch device. There are also rumours that the forthcoming Pro version will come with a huge Apple logo for wireless charging, but Apple is thought to have discarded that plan. However, MagSafe functionality for the iPad is still planned.
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Apple launched the fifth-generation iPad Air earlier this month. While it looks identical to the previous iPad Air, it has greater power than ever before. The M1 processor has also been included in the new iPad and a few Macs power the iPad Air 5 or fifth-generation. The iPad Air also takes the Pro’s ultrawide camera for the front-facing camera.
We don’t know much about the M2 chip yet, but it’ll most likely be shown at the next WWDC. The M2 chip may include an 8-core CPU similar to the M1 processor, but a 9- or 10-core GPU. It is most likely to manufacture on TSMC’s 4nm manufacturing node.
Moreover, in the latest Bloomberg ‘Power On’ newsletter, Mark Gurman notes that Apple could be spending about one and a half years to release a refreshed variant. Previously in 2018, the company unveiled a new look for the iPad Pro with harder corners and super slim bezels. These changes were made to the existing iPad Pro 10.5, which came out in 2017. Gurman expects Apple to follow a similar strategy here. On the other hand, in March, Apple launched a new iPad Air with an M1 chip. However, it said nothing about a new iPad Pro model.
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