Apple has plans to launch an iPad Pro with the rumored M2 chip between September and November 2022, according to Mark Gurman’s Power On newsletter published on March 27th.
Apple iPad Pro with M2 chip is on its way
Apple will release a major update for the upcoming generation of tablets, which will include MagSafe support according to Gurman’s predictions.
As Gurman points out, In 2018, Apple updated the iPad Pro with a harder-edged design, a display upgrade , and USB-C connection support. That upgrade came about a year and a half after iPad Pro 10.5’s release in 2017. Looks like Apple is going to keep up with the same schedule. Apple unveiled the most recent iPad models with M1 chip in May 2021. So, a release date between September and November would make sense.
Apple revealed its newest iPad Air at its “Peek Performance” event, but it haven’t said anything about an upcoming iPad Pro model. There has been little information about the anticipated M2 chip, as it has yet to be demonstrated by Apple. According to Gurman, the chip’s CPU will be faster than its predecessor and will feature the same eight-core architecture. He expects Apple to integrate the M2 into the new iPad Pro, as well as the new 13-inch MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, and 24-inch iMac that are anticipated to be released later this year.
Gurman says Apple will launch a MacBook Air and a 13-inch MacBook Pro with the M2 chip later this year. But Ming Chi Kuo claims that the next-generation MacBook Air will use either the M1 or an updated version of it.