If you’ve been waiting for the iPad Pro (2022) for a long time, you may have to wait a long time longer considering current evidence that it won’t arrive for at least six months, according to the slate.
In Mark Gurman’s Power On newsletter for Bloomberg, he claims that Apple is preparing to release a new operating system called iOS 7. Apple’s next iPad pro, according to Gurman, is expected to arrive between September and November of this year.
Assuming Apple holds two events during that time period, it’s likely that the iPhone 14 and Apple Watch 8 will be released in September – though it’s possible that the company will hold two separate events.
The iPad Pro (2022) is expected to have an M2 chipset whenever it is released. This is expected to have the same octa-core CPU as the M1 found in the iPad Pro (2021) range, but may have more GPU cores and improved speed and efficiency due to the 4nm process.
In addition, the iPad Pro (2022) is expected to have a MagSafe, like the iPhone 13 range, which will allow wireless charging, among other things. He’s said it before, and we’ve heard it many times before.
Even though Gurman doesn’t go any further than that when it comes to the iPad Pro (2022), it’s understandable that information on the tablet is scarce at this point.
According to his track record and the lack of any sign of the iPad Pro’s arrival in 2022, Gurman has a good chance of being right. Of course, we should take his claims with a grain of salt.