A new rumor claims that Apple may be preparing a new, larger iPad Pro with the new M2 chip.

A new rumor suggests Apple is preparing a new plan iPad Pro with 14-inch display and M2 chip. It was assumed that the next-generation iPad Pro would use the M2 chip, but until now no one had mentioned a possible increase in the device’s size.

It looks like this 14-inch iPad Pro will not only have the M2 chip, but also Minimum 512GB storage and 16GB RAM, something the current iPad Pro with more storage already includes. It’s certainly an interesting rumor, albeit a bit alarming.


iPad Pro can grow

The leak comes from his Twitter account @MajinBuOfficialHe leaked information about Apple devices several timesalthough not always true. In this case, this is the first information we hear about the so-called iPad.

According to my sources, Apple is developing a new 14.1-inch iPad M2 with 512GB and 16GB base memory. The new M2 lineup is expected to include a new 11-inch model with no major changes, a new 12.9-inch model with reduced bezels, and this new iPad 14.1.

Does it make sense for the 3 iPad Pro models to be so similar?

While the rumor is interesting to say the least, it doesn’t make much sense in the current iPad Pro lineup. the difference between this new 14.1-inch model and the 12.9-inch model is not huge. It would really make more sense to replace one model with another and not keep both.

And on the other hand we have 11-inch iPad Pro “issue”. With the arrival of the M1 chip in the 10.9-inch iPad Air, the differences with the Pro model have decreased significantly. And unless the next generation will include new features like the larger model’s mini-LED panel, its sustainability is questionable.

Of course, with the advent of multitasking in iPadOS 16, a larger iPad Pro makes a lot of sense. But owning two major iPad Pro models, i don’t know if it will be successful. After all, whoever wants a big iPad will prefer the model with the largest screen Apple has to offer.

Source: i Padizate

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I am Bret Jackson, a professional journalist and author for Gadget Onus, where I specialize in writing about the gaming industry. With over 6 years of experience in my field, I have built up an extensive portfolio that ranges from reviews to interviews with top figures within the industry. My work has been featured on various news sites, providing readers with insightful analysis regarding the current state of gaming culture.


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