It has practically become a habit that is repeated year after year and that always leads those from Cupertino to choose the month of April as the month of the first half of the year. You just have to go back to 2010 to remember that it was then that those of, at that time, Steve Jobs presented their first iPad in society.
Apple will launch new iPad with interesting news
Well, Apple is reportedly planning a number of updates to its iPad lineup, including launching new iPad Pros in April, a new iPad mini with a larger screen, and an update to the base iPad, according to Bloomberg.
The new ones are expected iPad Pros have a similar design to the 11- and 12.9-inch iPad Pros released last March, but with a better processor that is “on par” with the speedy M1 chip in Apple’s newer MacBook Airs, Pros, and Macs. mini, Bloomberg reports. Both models may also have upgraded cameras.
The i12.9-inch Pad Pro could have one Mini LED display, according to Bloomberg, which should offer a higher contrast ratio and be less susceptible to wear and tear than OLED displays. On the other hand, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo gave credence to the claim that Apple would begin pmass production of LED Mini iPads in “mid to late April”. Kuo has reported that since 2019 Apple has tablets and laptops equipped with Mini LEDs in the bedroom, and commented that in September the first Apple device with the new screen technology would be a 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
Bloomberg also reports that Apple has tested its new iPad Pro with a Thunderbolt port, which could transfer data faster than the USB-C port found on current iPad Pros ..
In addition to the new iPad Pro, Apple is also working on a iPad mini upgrade with a screen that’s bigger than the 7.9-inch screen which is currently used in the company’s smallest tablet. Apple last updated the iPad mini in 2019 after not updating the device since 2015. The new iPad mini could launch as early as this year.
Apple also plans to update its cheaper iPad with a new design that is thinner and lighter sometime this year, Bloomberg reports. Apple last updated the base iPad in September.