Leaker suggests M2 iPad Pro launching in fall, possibly without MagSafe wireless charging as previously rumored
Apple’s next iPad Pro is slated to launch in the fall, with leaker @dylandkt on Twitter claiming today that the new model could feature Apple’s next-generation M2 chip, up from the M1 chip in the current models introduced in April last year.
According to the leaker, Apple will bring its mini-LED technology to the 11-inch model after launching it exclusively with the large 12.9-inch iPad Pro in 2021. In regards to recent rumors suggesting Apple could bring its MagSafe wireless charging feature to the iPad this year, @dylandkt says “I have heard nothing but concerns from multiple sources with regards to its Wireless Charging/MagSafe capabilities,” suggesting MagSafe may be pushed back for a future iPad upgrade.
In today’s tweet, @dylandkt also suggests that Apple’s rumored next-generation AirPods Pro are on track for a fall release, recapping what he said last year about 2022 shaping up to be the biggest year for Apple in a decade after Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman said today that fall could see the iPhone maker unveil “the widest array of new hardware products in its history.”
The M2 iPad Pro is coming in the Fall. I have heard nothing but concerns from multiple sources with regards to its Wireless Charging/MagSafe capabilities. All iPad Pro models will have a MiniLED display. AirPods Pro 2 are also on track for a Fall release.
— Dylan (@dylandkt) January 23, 2022