The 2022 iPad Pro is Apple’s professional line and business tablet. With its impressive screen and its high technical specifications, this iPad promises to satisfy the needs of any user.
The next generation iPad Pro is expected to be announced at an event in October. As the rumors about this tablet have been circulating for months, it is likely that this generation of iPad Pro includes a series of very good features that we will know next.
One of the key features of the new MacBook Pro and iPhone models is MagSafe support.
The iPad Pro 2022 is not far behind, it seems that Apple could finally adopt this technology in the tablet.
Although it was initially thought that the company would return to glass for the device, it seems that this is no longer the case, the iPad Pro will be more fragile and heavier.
Apple plans to make a larger logo on the back of the iPad with a glass surface. This will facilitate the transfer of energy through the tablet.
For its part, the Japanese blog Macotakara reported that “4-pin connectors at the top and bottom” of the new iPad Pro could be added to support new accessories.
Wireless charging allows users to more easily charge the device’s battery by replacing the usual power cord with an inductive pad.
This is a feature that is now common on smartphones, but rare on tablets.
Apple added wireless charging to iPhones in 2017 and last year updated its magnet-based MagSafe system to provide more consistent charging speeds.
The company is currently testing a similar MagSafe system for the iPad Pro. Wireless charging may be slower than plugging the charger directly into the iPad’s Thunderbolt port, which will always be available in the next model.
MiniLED and LCD options for the 2022 iPad Pro.
When the first rumors about the iPad Pro 2022 appeared, it was assumed that both tablets would have a mini-LED screen.
Analysts Ross Young and Ming-Chi Kuo affirm that the apple company will continue with LCD technology for the small 11-inch iPad due to high production costs.
Although it was previously thought that Apple would also introduce MiniLEDs in the 11-inch iPad Pro, there is no longer any certainty that this will be the case, at least this year. Kuo said in March that the company would try to use its MiniLEDs in larger and more expensive screens.
Improved battery life.
Apple is working on a new iPad Pro with a larger battery due to some users complaining that the Magic Keyboard causes excessive battery consumption.
The creators of iPad keep promising 10 hours of battery life, that means iPad will be able to handle more demanding tasks for longer, or at least longer with the Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil, which will likely be updated.
The M2 chip will be included in the iPad Pro in 2022.
The apple company surprised everyone by including the M1 chip in the iPad Pro, it is likely to include an updated version of this processor in the iPad Pro that will be released in 2022. Naturally, this iPad will have the M2 chip.
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