Apple iPad Pro with M2 chipset expected to launch in September, 14.1-inch iPad Pro next year

Apple iPad Pro with M2 chipset expected to launch in September, 14.1-inch iPad Pro next year
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  • Apple is expected to announce an updated iPad Pro with Apple M2 chipset.
  • The company is expected to introduce the device in September.
  • The 14.1-inch iPad Pro is expected to be introduced next year.
Apple introduced the company’s M2 chipset during the recently held Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) and also announced the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro that were powered by the same chipset.

The company is now gearing up to launch updated 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models this year. According to a report by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, one of the updates to the iPad Pro will include the M2 chipset.

Apple iPad Pro with M2 chipset to launch in September

According to Gurman, the iPad Pro 11-inch and 12.9-inch with the M2 chipset will also offer wireless charging and improved cameras. Interestingly, Apple is reportedly not stopping the production of existing devices.

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In his newsletter, Gurman said that his 2020 iPad Pro is already showing signs of slowing down and does not support the latest multitasking features. He added that he could not find anything new with the iPadOS 16 update.

14.1-inch iPad Pro expected to launch in 2023

Apple is reportedly working on a larger 14.1-inch iPad Pro, which is expected to be introduced in 2023. According to tipster Ross Young, the 14.1-inch iPad Pro with miniLEDs ProMotion is expected to be unveiled in early 2023. Apple is yet to confirm that it is working on a larger iPad Pro.



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