Apple: Will the upcoming iPad Pro models with M2 chip also offer wireless charging?

Apple: Will the upcoming iPad Pro models with M2 chip also offer wireless charging?

from Claus Ludewig
According to the rumor mill, the 2022 model year iPad Pro could also offer support for wireless charging in addition to an Apple M2.

In 2020, Apple launched the first Macbooks that do not rely on an Intel processor, but draw their power from the specially developed Apple M1. At the WWDC developer event in early June, Apple announced the Macbook Air and Macbook Pro with the new M2 chip. The rumor mill recently started bubbling up that there could be a new iPad Pro with an Apple M2 in early 2023. Now there is new speculation about the new iPads Pro. Apparently they could Tablets with wireless charging come onto the marketaccording to Bloomberg editor Mark Gurman.

Two new iPad Pros coming in October?

According to his information, Apple is planning to update the built-in cameras of the iPad Pro for the 2022 model year. In addition, the new Pro models should have support for wireless charging and the new Apple M2 chipset. If Gurman has his way, Apple could unveil two new iPad Pros in September or October.

Display analyst Ross Young claims to have learned from his suppliers’ sources that Apple is planning a total of three different Pro models. In addition to the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pros, there will be another iPad Pro with a 14-inch mini-LED display in early 2023. If this corresponds to reality, Apple would almost draw level with the already available tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. The Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra with a 14.6-inch screen is available for around 1,100 euros.

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Collection of possible equipment for the iPad Pro, model year 2022:

  • According to Mark Gurman, Apple should show two new iPad Pros by October. Both tablets of the model year 2022 should support wireless charging and have improved cameras.
  • The new Apple M2, which the manufacturer has so far offered in the current Macbook Air and Macbook Pro, should serve as a source of power.
  • If display analyst Ross Young has his way, Apple should add a model with a 14-inch mini-LED touchscreen to the line-up of the iPad Pro series at the beginning of 2023.

Source: Bloomberg