Apple is reportedly planning to unveil two new iPad Pro tablets powered by its latest M2 chipset. As per GSM Arena, the American tech giant will launch new iPads shortly.
Mark Gurman of Bloomberg broke the news of the new iPad Pro variants. Gurman shared this news in his latest newsletter, telling subscribers that the new iPad Pro models will come in two sizes- 11 inches and 12.9 inches, and the devices will feature mild upgrades and could feature new charging capabilities.
The upcoming iPad Pro variants are expected to hit the market before October 27, which is the date when Apple announces its quarterly and annual earnings.
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The company is yet to announce the launch date for its upcoming tablets. GSM Arena reports that the tablets will be announced via a press release on the company’s website, and no event will occur to mark the launch.
iPad Pro could support reverse wireless charging
There has also been speculation that the iPad Pro could support MagSafe charging. Gurman has also suggested that reverse wireless charging might be available for the new iPad Pro tablets, allowing them to share the battery with existing iPhones or AirPod cases.
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A new iPadOS 16 is expected to be launched by Apple soon – an update to the company’s iOS that usually arrives with the latest iOS but was pushed back this year.
Gurman believes the band, not the device, is to blame for Apple Watch Ultra stock shortages. The yellow and blue Trail loops, as well as the orange Alpine loop, are extremely challenging to find. This has pushed Watch Ultra shipments into the first week of November, with some models arriving even later.