M2-Powered Apple iPad Pro & Entry Level Apple iPad Launching in October

Rithika Biswas
Rithika Biswas August 19, 2022
Updated 2022/08/19 at 5:51 AM

The launch of Apple iPad Pro bring a lot of upcoming and exciting releases this October for Apple. The company has been planning on launching its next-generation flagship smartphones, namely- the iPhone 14 series and the latest update of smartwatches, the Apple Watch Series 8, this October.

As of yet, the Cupertino-based technology giant is meant to launch the new entry-level Apple iPad and Apple iPad Pro powered by chipset M2. The launch date is unknown, but it’s rumoured to be held at the end of October. 

These fortified entry-level iPads will be the successor to the much more successful Apple iPad 10.2 version of 2021. These iPads are said to come with thin and sleek bezels, having a pretty big camera bump at the back. The device can be expected to come with a bigger screen display ranging from 10.5” to 10.9”, along with the very own A14 Bionic chipset powering the devices, along with a 5G connectivity. 

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The new Apple iPad Pro on the other hand will be powered by the latest Apple Silicon’s M2 chipset and C-type charging USB port. The Pro launch might coincide with the launch of iPadOS 16, which has a specific set of features tailored for the M2 series. 

The iPad Pro 2022 is said to be a suitable device for it’s newest stage manager feature on iPadOS 16. Rumours have it that iPad Pro might come in with MagSafe charging with a new 14-inch variant. 

Sources reveal that the company has started its Apple iPhone 14 & Apple Watch Series 8 production and plans to hold two events for their launch in the coming months. The events would most likely focus more on iPad & Mac. 

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In terms of the Apple iPhone 14 Pro and Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max, they are expected to have a new design that eliminates the notch in favour of holes.

Further details are yet to be released about this Apple iPad Pro premium tablet. 


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