Apple’s new iPad Pro will feature the M2 processor and improved camera when it arrives in September


Next-generation iPad Pro devices are rumoured to use the new M2 chipset seen in the recently launched MacBook Air, according to Mashable. Additionally, the tablet’s camera will be upgraded to accommodate wireless charging.

According to Mark Gurman, the production of the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro devices hasn’t stopped and will continue for some time. This year’s launch event, anticipated to begin in September, is expected to feature the introduction of a new iPad Pro model with a 14.1-inch screen.

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It is anticipated that this smartphone will be powered by the most recent M2 chipset, which was made public during the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2022.

According to rumours, Apple is expected to release an iPad Pro with a 14.1-inch screen and an M2 processor. In addition, a MiniLED display with ProMotion compatibility is rumoured to be included in the smartphone.

The Cupertino tech giant unveiled the new M2 chipset at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2022, which kicked off on June 6.

The new chipset was launched with the MacBook Air (2022) and is said to increase CPU and GPU performance by more than 18 percent and 35 percent, respectively. The M1 chipset from last year has been replaced by this one, which is one of the fastest on the market right now. (ANI)

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