Apple is planning to launch an iPad Pro between September and November of this year, with the great novelty of the inclusion of an M2 processor in the tablet.
The company released the last major update to the iPad Pro model in 2018 when it introduced a design with harder corners, an edge-to-edge display, and a USB-C connector.
Apple will have a new iPad Pro model in the fall
The company presented at its “peak performance” event a new model of iPad Air but did not mention or teach anything about a possible iPad Pro.
Apple launched 2021 the latest generation of iPad Pro equipped with the M1 processor, so the switch to the M2 will be interesting to analyze.
The company will have a new tablet that will feature a faster CPU than the model launched last year, but will have the same eight-core architecture.
The device will be launched in the second half of the year with the M2 along with others that will take place according to the different leaks such as the 13-inch MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, and 24-inch iMac.
The company is constantly developing its processors after its separation from Intel was announced in 2020, a controversial decision but that seems to lead to a good future for those of Cupertino.
Apple keeps tablets as an important element for the future and the clear sign is the announcement of the new iPad Air, although they have lagged behind compared to iPhones.