Apple is now preparing to employ the same chipset in the next-generation iPad Pro. New chipsets are coming to the iPad Pro, which will be an updated version of the current-generation iPad Pro powered by the Apple M1
According to prior rumours, Apple looks to be preparing to introduce the iPad Pro in the same size as the existing versions, although new variants are expected to be released later next year
It was recently announced that the iPad Pro, which is expected to come later this year or in 2023, could feature a new 14.1-inch display size, making it the largest iPad display size ever.
The iPad Pro is currently available in two screen sizes — 11-inch and 12.9-inch — from Apple
In the computer world, the M2 processor from Apple has created quite a flurry because of its claimed processing speed of 1.4 times that of the M1 chip.
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