Apple is said to be releasing the iPad Pro with the M2 chip this fall

Apple is said to be planning to release the iPad Pro with the rumored M2 chip sometime between September and November this year, according to Power On newsletter for Apple tracker by Mark Gurman. Gurman expects Apple to release a major update for the next generation iPad Pros, which should include MagSafe charging support.

As Gurman points out, Apple last gave iPad Pro Important Update in 2018When Apple introduced a design with tougher corners, an edge-to-edge screen, and a USB-C connector. This update came about a year and a half after the release of iPad Pro 10.5 in 2017.

Apple is on track to repeat the same pattern this year, as it launched the latest generation of Pros of the M1-equipped iPad May 2021. A rumored launch date between September and November 2022 indicates that Apple will spend between one year, four months and one year and six months preparing the new model.

During Apple’s “Peek Performance” event earlier this month, the company showcased its performance Latest iPad Air But they left an updated iPad Pro model. Last year, Gorman predicted iPad Pro will come with wireless charging Capacities and glass cover. a report from 9to5Mac He supports that claim, but his sources say Apple may have ditched the glass back design, and will likely opt for an aluminum back with the glass Apple logo instead.

There hasn’t been much information about the rumored M2 chip either, as it hasn’t been confirmed by Apple. Gurman believes the chip’s CPU will be slightly faster than its predecessor and come with the same eight-core architecture. It is also expected to add the Apple M2 to both the new iPad Pro, as well as to the new 13-inch MacBook Pro, 24-inch Mac Mini, and iMac which was rumored to be released later this year. Expectations are divided for the M2 chip that powers the redesigned MacBook Air — Gorman says it will include the rumored chip, while Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes it will come with the M1.

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