Apple’s occasion to launch the overhauled moderate iPad and M2 iPad Pro


According to a post from the account “yeux1122” on the Korean blog Naver, claiming sources, Apple plans to unveil a new low-cost iPad as well as an updated iPad Pro with the M2 Apple silicon processor and potential MagSafe charging features during an event currently set for October of this year.

In the past, the account has served as a reliable source of information, including information that was correct in providing specifics about the fifth-generation iPad Air and as-yet-unconfirmed information about the iPhone 14. Additionally, inaccurate information was published by the account, such as a claim regarding a “iPad mini Pro.”

The account claims in a post today that the low-cost iPad, which is anticipated to get a dramatic redesign in October with flat corners and a larger display, will come with a new iPad Pro following the announcement of the iPhone 14 next month.

The A14 Bionic chip, 5G, a bigger display, and a USB-C connection are anticipated for the future low-cost iPad.

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Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman revealed a few days back that Apple has already begun manufacturing for the September iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8 event. He also stated that he anticipates Apple to conduct two events this autumn, the latter of which will be centered on the iPad and Mac.

A new iPad Pro featuring the M1 Apple silicon chip and a 12.9-inch mini-LED display was unveiled by Apple in April 2021. The newer, more potent iPad Pro with M2 is anticipated to debut at the same time as iPadOS 16, which is anticipated to debut in October rather than earlier in the fall alongside iOS 16. For iPads other than the M1, iPadOS 16 offers more modest upgrades and functionality, including enhancements to Messages, Safari, and other apps.

Apple provides Stage Manager in iPadOS 16 for iPads with M-series CPUs, allowing users to run numerous apps in windows that can overlap one another and support an external monitor. Previous speculations stated the 2022 iPad Pro would gain from some kind of MagSafe charging features, in addition to the performance of the M2 chip and Stage Manager in iPadOS 16.

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