Authoritative Japanese blog Macotakara shared information about the new iPad Pro.

According to the publication, the tablet has a top-end M2 chip, as well as 4-pin contact panels on the cores and ends. They are supposed to “help power peripherals” that connect to the Thunderbolt/USB-C port on the iPad Pro. It’s also worth noting that iPadOS 16 allows manufacturers to create iPad drivers with the addition of DriverKit support.

Rumor: 2022 iPad Pro will have two new ‘four-pin connectors’ for accessories

The new iPad Pro is rumored to be released later this year with a new M2 chip among other updates. A new supply chain report from Macotakara today reveals that this year’s iPad Pro could have new 4-pin connectors on the top and bottom sides. but it’s not clear what these connectors can be used for? [?]

Source: Iphones RU

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