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Launch of the New iPad Pro with M2 Chip Anticipated This Year: Gurman

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At the recently finished WWDC event, Apple confirmed all reports and unveiled its next-generation M2 processor. The processor is presently used in the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models from 2022, but more devices are planned to follow. It might also be a new iPad Pro model due out this year. Here are the essential elements to be aware of.

The M2 iPad Pro Launch Schedule Has Been Revised

In his Power On email, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman disclosed that Apple is working on a new iPad Pro model, which might be released in September or October this year. If this is accurate, the introduction of the rumored iPhone 14 series might happen at the same time.

The next iPad Pro will likely have wireless charging and an ‘improved camera system.’ The M2 chip will boost CPU and GPU performance by 18% and 35%, respectively. It will most likely release the next iPad Pro in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes, but reports suggest that a 14.1-inch iPad Pro is also in the works.

This year, an iPad Pro with a 14.1-inch display may also be released. Although, according to expert Ross Young, Apple might release one in early 2023. If and when this occurs, it will be a first for the iPad lineup.

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A MiniLED display with ProMotion compatibility is anticipated for the 14-inch iPad Pro. It’s also possible that the 12.9-inch model will have a bezel-less display.

However, we have no idea what Apple intends to do. There’s a potential it’ll update the existing iPad Pro screen sizes this year and introduce a new model next year. 

More information will have to be obtained. Furthermore, further information about the upcoming iPad Pro models is still needed.

Next year, Apple is expected to release new MacBook Air and Pro models with 15-inch and 12-inch screen sizes. As a result, it’s better to wait and see what Apple has planned for this year and maybe even 2023. 

We’ll keep you updated on the situation. So keep an eye out. Would you prefer a 14-inch iPad Pro as well? Please let us know in the comments section below.