New iPad Pro Integrated with M2-Chip Expected to Launch Soon

Apple iPad Pro is expected to launch soon this year. Apple has recently introduced its next-generation M2 chip at the WWDC event. The chip is used to power up the 2022 MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro and is expected to join more devices. And, the new iPad Pro could be powered by M2 Chip and launched soon this year. Check out the details here.

Apple iPad Pro Launched Soon

Apple is priming to launch a new iPad Pro with an M2 chip that could launch in September or October of 2022. It might coincide with the launch of the iPhone 14 series. Wait until an official launch date has been disclosed. And, let’s move toward its specs.

The new Apple iPad Pro is expected to come in three display variants, i.e., 11-inch, 12.9-inch, and 14.1-inch MiniLED display. Powered by an M2 chip will provide an 18% improved CPU, and 35% enhanced GPU performance. It may support wireless charging and comes with an upgraded camera system.

Apple iPad Pro integrated with M2 chip

The new M2 chip has similar octa-core CPU architecture to its predecessor M1 chip. But M2 chip is built on a 4nm TSMC process that will deliver better speed and efficiency. It would provide 9-core and 10-core GPU versions, instead of 7-core and 8-core graphics like the M1 chip. Apple includes this M2 chip in its recently launched MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro.

Introducing iPad Pro, Apple will be first in their iPad line-up. It’s also expected that the screen will be bezel-less and support ProMotion. Apple may refresh the screen sizes in their iPad and launch a new one in early 2023. So, we need to wait for more details about the new iPad Pro models.

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