Apple may update its iPad Pro lineup next year. According to reports, the design of the iPad Pro 2022 will be updated. Internals will be improved as well, as expected. In March or April 2022, the new Pro iPad models are expected to be unveiled. There is no word on when the game will be officially released at this time. While we wait for that, some key details about the Pro model have surfaced online. According to a new report, the iPad Pro 2022 will use the iPhone 13 Pro’s design language.
Apple iPad Pro 2022
Apple is expected to release two new iPad Pro models in 2022. The company has yet to officially confirm the rumored news. Design renderings of the iPad Pro 2022, on the other hand, have surfaced on the internet. According to MyDrivers, the iPad Pro will have narrower bezels on all sides. Because the bezels have shrunk so much, Apple will place the front camera in a notch at the top. With the MacBook Pro M1 M1 Pro/ M1 Max, Apple took a similar approach, narrowing the bezels to the screen’s edge while adding a notch for the front camera. Face ID will be available on iPad Pro models, but not on MacBook Pro models.
Furthermore, the 2022 iPad Pro will have a dual-layer OLED display for improved brightness and durability. Apple will, as expected, use an LTPO display with a 120Hz refresh rate. A mini-LED display is expected on both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch models. The frame is said to be made of titanium alloy rather than aluminum.
Apple will include a triple-camera setup on the iPad Pro, as well as a LiDAR sensor, according to the report. It’s unclear at this time whether the camera sensor setup will be similar to the iPhone Pro lineup. While the majority of the specifications are consistent with previous reports, the leaked design renders should be viewed with caution.
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