According to the published report, the new iPad Pro with the M3 processor will appear with radical changes for the first time since 2018.
Apple has accelerated its work for the new iPad Pro model, which will be released next year. According to the published report, the new iPad Pro with the M3 processor will appear with radical changes for the first time since 2018.
Will the iPad Pro with M3 processor meet expectations?
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports in the latest issue of the Power On newsletter that these iPad Pro models will be “the first major update since 2018.” According to Gurman, the new iPad Pro lineup will consist of two models, one with an 11-inch screen and the other with a 13-inch screen.
Apple will switch to OLED display technology in the new iPad Pro model. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro with the M2 processor uses miniLED for its display, while the 11-inch model uses legacy LED backlight technology. Analysts state that the new iPad Pro models will offer clearer and brighter screens and will reflect colors more accurately.
The new iPad Pro models will feature M3 chips. Devices currently tested by Apple use model codes J717, J718, J720 and J721. While the M3 chip is expected to debut with new Mac updates later this year, this refresh of the iPad Pro isn’t expected until next year.
Magic Keyboard, which was first released in 2020, has not yet seen an update in terms of design. Gurman stated that the company will also renew the Magic Keyboard design. According to the leaked information, the new keyboard will bring the iPad Pro to laptop form.