Apple gadget enthusiasts who have been looking forward for the next generation iPad Pro could expect the new hardware to be launched by this fall. Mark Gurman, a reporter from Bloomberg has talked about the development in his latest Power On Newsletter and said that the new tablet would feature the MagSafe inductive charging. The newsletter added that the device could also come with the M2 chip which is yet to be officially announced by the Cupertino based giant.
Apple recently hosted a hardware event that showed the launch of the iPad Air, iPad Pro and both of the devices feature the M1 chips. The last time, company updated the iPad Pro was in 2021 and added the 5G and Thunderbolt connectivity. It also added the first-generation Apple Silicon system on a white chip. Talking about the physical appearance of the iPad Pro, the design has remained nearly the same since 2018 when the company had pressed the refresh button for the device and now has an edge-to-edge display.
Ever since then the company has rolled out the feature to nearly majority of its tablets and it includes the iPad Mini and the iPad Air. More details about the upcoming M2 chip are still not available. Last April, some of the reliable reports had claimed that the chip has gone in to production. Talking about the performance of the upcoming M2, it is expect to feature eight-core CPU layout similar to its predecessors but would be faster. It will also be more efficient due to its TSMCs4-nanometer fabrication process.
Apple in recent times has constantly tried to improve the user experience with fresh hardware with remarkable improvements. This time as well it is expected that the upcoming hardware would be able to impress the hardware seekers. Not just in terms of hardware, but Apple has also tried its best to improve its services for the existing customers.