On September 14th, Apple introduced the much-anticipated iPad Mini 6. According to rumours, Apple intends to upgrade three of its iPad models in the coming year, including updated iPad Pro models with wireless charging, entry-level iPads, and the iPad Air 5.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reported in his newsletter ‘Power On’ that Apple will shortly unveil a revised version of the iPad Pro with wireless charging in 2022. Apple will also unveil revised versions of the iPad Air 5 and an entry-level iPad.
The business just released an entry-level iPad with updated internals, including the A13 Bionic CPU, 64GB storage, and a 12MP ultrawide camera.
Every year, Apple adds modest adjustments and updates internals on its entry-level iPads rather than on a larger scale to help keep prices low.
Previous rumours suggested that the entry-level iPad would have a sleeker appearance and a larger display.
The iPad Pro, which will be released next year, will feature significant improvements in design language, and it is hoped that the business will quickly migrate to mid-range versions in the future years.
iPad Air 5
Apple also intends to release the iPad Air 5 next year. According to many leaks, the iPad Air will have Samsung’s OLED displays. However, the corporation has made no remark on the topic and may continue to use ordinary LCD screens.
Given that the Apple iPad Air 4 has saw significant design modifications, the iPad Air 5 is anticipated to just include upgraded internals.
The A15 Bionic chip, 5G capability, and other features are expected to be included in the iPad Air 5. The corporation has yet to disclose official release dates for the launch event.