Although rumours have been floating around about a 14.1-inch version of Apple’s iPad Pro being released in 2023, the company is still expected to release a new tablet this fall, according to a recent report.
Rumors surfaced on June 9 that Apple was developing a bigger iPad Pro variant featuring a 14.1-inch LED display and the M2 processor. In spite of the iPad Pro’s purportedly early 2023 arrival, it is expected that current iPad sizes will still be updated in 2022.
In spite of the possibility of a 14.1-inch device, Mark Gurman writes in Bloomberg’s “Power On” newsletter that there are no plans to stop producing the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro versions.
Gurman thinks that the new iPad Pro models will be released in September or October, which puts the launch in the fall Apple event time frame.
The iPad Pro’s M2 processor, wireless charging, and camera system changes are all expected to be upgraded in the upcoming update, according to Gurman. The projection reaffirms his past assertions on 2022, including the notion of a late-2022 launch.
Other ideas for improvements include equipping the 11-inch iPad Pro with a tiny LED backlighting system and incorporating a glass back into the design of the device.