Two new iPad Pro models to be announced in a few days.. Get to know them

A source close to Apple revealed that it will announce the iPad Pro 11-inch and 12.9-inch models within a few days.

The two new 11-inch and 12.9-inch models, codenamed J617 and J620, will be the first update to the high-end iPad since April 2021, according to Mark Gorman, a well-known journalist at Bloomberg, in its latest news release released today.

The next iPad Pro‌ will get the Apple M2 silicon chip

For their first update in about 18 months, the upcoming iPad Pro‌ models are expected to get the Apple M2 silicon chip, providing faster performance and new charging capabilities.

In terms of design, the new iPads will look the same as the current models, with no major changes expected.

Previous rumors mentioned that the smaller 11-inch model will get a small LED display, which is currently only available on the larger 12.9-inch model, but that is no longer expected.

The same rumors also mentioned that the new iPad Pro‌ models could also feature some form of MagSafe charging capabilities.

New iPad Pro‌ with Reverse Wireless Charging Capabilities

There’s also a possibility that the new iPad Pro‌ models will feature reverse wireless charging capabilities, allowing users to charge their iPhones or AirPods on the back of their ‌iPad‌.

Against the backdrop of the expected ongoing update of the upcoming iPads, Apple is expected to release new iPads and updates to its Mac lineup through press releases and updates on its website.

iPadOS 16 later this month

Alongside the new iPad Pro‌ models, Apple is also expected to release iPadOS 16 later this month.

Unlike in previous years, this year’s iPadOS and iOS updates were not released simultaneously.

Instead, Apple has delayed iPadOS 16‌ until later in the fall to allow more time to improve the update and work on Stage Manager. Stage Manager‌ is a new multitasking and windowing system for select iPad‌ models that are still experiencing errors, despite the release of ‌iPadOS 16‌ within a few weeks.

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