According to a couple of recent reports, Apple might upgrade the design of its iPad Pro 2022 in the coming year. A group of leaked out reports from the Chinese website MyDrivers indicate modifications in the overall look and a display notch.
As per the renders, iPad Pro 2022 is anticipated to come with an equivalent design to the iPhone 13, with a triple camera setup, thinner bezels, and a display notch for the front camera.
Moreover, the dual-layer OLED screen is going to hold its 120Hz refresh rate; however, it is going to get a considerable enhancement in brightness and durability (OLED burning). The Cupertino giant is also anticipated to replace the aluminum back panel with titanium alloy, which is powerful and offers scratch and corrosion resistance.
The same report further added that the back camera of the iPad Pro 2022 could feature a LiDAR sensor. This sensor will offer the users a better-augmented reality experience, even though the company still does not provide comprehensive details about real camera specifications.
Apart from this, the device is anticipated to come in two sizes – 11-inch and 12.9-inch, where the iPhone manufacturer is going to switch the LCD panel the previous with a miniLED display.
The latest iPad Pro could run on the most recent M2 chipset, and feature storage sizes up to 2TB. The California-based Cupertino giant is additionally reported testing a MagSafe-like wireless charging system that would permit the iPad Pro to charge other devices.
At the same time, Mark Gurman also stated in a Bloomberg newsletter, and Apple could compete with Amazon by presenting a greater, 15-inch iPad. The device could function as a tablet along with a smart home display, placed to function with speakers from the brand.
Nevertheless, we don’t have any official details about the company’s intentions to bring a greater iPad right now. The newsletter further added that the company is testing greater screen sizes ranging from 14 to 16-inches. However, there is no assurance that a greater iPad is going to ultimately make its way to users.