In October, Apple is likely to release the next generation of iPads alongside the iPhone 14 series. Apple’s recently disclosed M2 chipset, which is also found in the new MacBooks, is expected to power these tablets.
The next iPad Pro is rumored to include features such as Apple wireless charging and enhanced cameras, in addition to the new and improved M2 CPU. According to previous sources, Apple intends to release the new iPad in the same size as the previous model, but there will be other variants as well.
According to a reliable source, Apple is working on a 14.1-inch iPad Pro, which would be the company’s largest iPad to date. In addition, these new iPads will have the greatest storage and RAM of any Apple tablet to date. According to reports, base memory would range from 16GB/512GB to 4TB storage and 32GB RAM, similar to what you’d find in today’s PCs.
In addition, a new 11-inch iPad with no major modifications is expected, as well as a 12.9-inch model with lower bezels than before. Only the 14.1-inch iPad Pro will have the next-generation Mini LED display, which is currently only available on high-end TVs.
As of now, none of these reports have been confirmed, so take them with a grain of salt.