2023 will not be the year of the iPad. At least that’s what Mark Gurman suggested from Bloomberg, just a few weeks ago; when he showed some of the possible new Apple products we might see in the coming months. The journalist reiterated in his latest newsletter that only a minor update is expected this year for some of the models that make up this category of products. However, it emphasizes that in 2024 we’ll see an iPad Pro “overhaul”.
Gurman, in particular, claims that the updated iPad Pro may appear next spring. “with an updated design” and for the first time with OLED screens. While he doesn’t go into details about the look, he himself revealed a few months ago that the Cupertino-based company is working on a model with a glass back to allow for wireless charging via MagSafe and therefore the ability to mount accessories. reverse side of the product.
On the other hand, this is not the first time we have heard news of the inclusion OLED display on iPad. Ross Yang, CEO of Dispaly Supply Chain Consultants, who often leaks information about future high-hit Apple products, recently said the company could include this display technology in the iPad Pro next year.
The current iPad Pro, as we remember, uses mini-LED technology, which is somewhat more efficient and offers better quality than LCD panels of other models. OLED screens, however, They promise to offer a better level of brightness and slightly reduce power consumption. compared to mini LED panels; according to some sources, about 30%.
No big updates to the iPad Pro, base model, iPad Air, or iPad mini in 2023.
Gourmet, we repeatI don’t think we’ll see a big update to the base iPad this year.; a model that was updated just a few months ago with a new processor and improved design. The iPad Air, which arrived in 2022 with the M1 chip and 5G connectivity, was also unable to receive important news. The same will happen with the iPad mini, which has been updated in 2021 with a new design and improved features over the first generation model.
In addition to the iPad Pro, a Bloomberg journalist claims in his newsletter that Apple not “actively working” on a mini HomePod update. It is worth noting that the company also does not plan to release a new version with the improvements inherited from the new HomePod, because the cheapest model already has the most outstanding features of this speaker. As a reminder, HomePod mini now measures temperature and humidity levels, a feature also present in the larger model.
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