Apple plans to release an iPad Pro with the M2 Chip between September and November 2019. Apple is expected to release a significant update for the forthcoming generation of iPad Pros. This update is rumored to include support for MagSafe charging. Apple first gave the iPad Pro a significant upgrade in 2018 when Apple introduced a design with harder corners, an edge-to-edge display, and a USB-C connector. Release date of September-November 2022 means Apple will spend between a year and four months and one year and six months preparing the new model.
According to Apple tracker Mark Gurman’s Power On newsletter, Apple reportedly plans to launch an iPad Pro with the rumoured M2 chip between September and November of this year. In addition, Gurman expects Apple to release a significant update for the next generation of iPad Pros, reportedly including support for MagSafe charging.
Not much information has been made available about the rumored M2 chip, as Apple is yet to confirm it. However, Gurman believes that the chip’s CPU will be slightly faster than its predecessor and will come with a similar octa-core (eight-core) architecture.
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