The tech giant Apple is planning to upgrade the three iPad models by 2022, according to by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who has a long history of forecasting Apple updates. As per Mark Gurman’s Power On newsletter, the firm will update the basic iPad and the iPad Air, and the iPad Pro next year. The new tablets will feature adjustments to the tablets’ designs, as well as new chips as well as some tweaks to the features also. It is expected that the iPad Pro will likely lead the way, however the other two tablets will launch in the same manner in the same manner as is the iPad Pro.
Apple iPad Pro, iPad and iPad Air to get updated specifications
In addition, the report by Gurman stated that the 2022 version of the iPad Pro will have a new design and wireless charging. This could indicate that Apple will be using glass backs, similar to what it did with its iPhone 12. and other iPhones that wirelessly charge. Gurman didn’t specify the processor that powers the device, however it could be one of the latest version of the M1 Laptop chips.
However the basic iPad is expected to come with Apple’s new A13 Bionic chipset, which comes with an True Tone display and a 12MP ultra-wide camera for the front. The tablet is also expected to have features like the Centre Stage feature, which lets the user remain in the middle of the frame while making a video call regardless of the way they move. Apple had updated its basic models of the iPad in the year 2017 and it’s now time an update is released available to the market. The report by Gurman suggests that the company is improving the features to be more similar to Apple’s top-performing tablets in the moment.
It is worth noting that the iPad Air and iPad Pro series are pretty close to one another in the moment the main difference being the processors that power the two models. Although the iPad Pro is run on the M series processors however, the iPad Air still is running using the A series processors.
Gurman isn’t the only one to propose these changes, however. Previous reports have suggested that 2022 versions of the basic iPad will feature a slimmer body, similar to that of the previous generation iPad Air3.