While rumors have pointed to the imminent release of new iPads, it looks like we’ll have to wait. As stated from DigiTimesApple is working on a new iPad Air with a 12.9-inch screen that will complement the lineup, similar to the strategy it followed with the iPhone. offering two sizes of each range, which, by the way, is already happening with the iPad Pro.

“And, as with the iPhone and iPhone Pro, it will retain airbase functions. This means that, unlike the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the 12.9-inch iPad Air It will not have a mini LED screen.. The device will use the same LCD display technology found in the current 10.9-inch iPad Air.

Until now, the “iPad Air” has only been available in one size, so a 12.9-inch “iPad Air” will presumably be offered, as well as a separate model with a smaller screen as the “iPad Pro.” It is offered in 11 and 12.9-inch versions.

Apple will repeat the iPhone strategy with iPad Air

In this case, the options would be the current 10.9-inch and the new 12.9-inch, as well as a new iPad mini model that will offer many of the Air’s features but in a much smaller size.

There aren’t many details about this new iPad model. but there are assumptions about the configuration of its main chip and its camera, while maintaining other functions, including the screen. There will be no Face ID either, since the next generation will support Touch ID on the lock button, and facial recognition technology will remain for the Pro line.

As for its launch, rumors suggest that the 12.9-inch iPad Air‌ could arrive sooner or later, in line with the sixth-generation update, but without a specific date.

Considering that the current “iPad Air” with the M1 chip was released more than a year and a half ago, an update could be just around the corner. It is logical that a new model with the M2 chip will be released in the coming months, and the Pro models, in turn, will switch to the new generation of Apple chips.

Source: Hiper Textual

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