iPad Pro shipping delays assembly, more
Few days ago, Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman reported that New iPad models are about to be launched and that Apple could release them at any time. And to back up all the latest rumours, The gourmand now noticed that most of the current iPad Pro models are sold out and sold out at many Apple stores across the US.
Current iPad Pro sold out in the US
And actually, looking Apple’s US website, shipping estimates for most iPad Pro models have dropped to one to two weeks. For some specific configurations, the delivery estimate has been moved to November. This is in line with reports that a new generation iPad Pro will arrive in the next few days.
Last week, the journalist has already reported that iPadOS 16.1 (which will be the first release of iPadOS 16) will be available to the public the week of October 24. Apple is reportedly waiting for the official launch of the new iPads to release a software update for all iPad users. In the past, Apple launched new products in the last week of October.
According to rumors, the new iPad Pro will be available in the same 11-inch and 12.9-inch screen sizes as the current generation. The main difference compared to the current model will be the M2 chip, which is about 20% faster than the M1. Other major hardware changes seem unlikely at this point.
A new entry-level iPad is coming soon
But new iPad Pro models aren’t the only ones coming soon. We’ve also heard rumors of a new, redesigned 10th generation iPad. Some supplement manufacturers like ESR were cases for the new iPad are already on sale before publication, and now customers notice even more accessories made for the new iPad 10 available at stores like Target.
Earlier this year, 9to5Mac revealed exclusive details about the 10th generation iPad. The entry-level iPad will get a new design, an A14 Bionic chip, 5G and a USB-C port that will replace the Lightning connector. The A14 Bionic chip will give the new iPad 10 about 30% faster performance, not to mention increased RAM memory for better multitasking.
And thanks to the new design, the new 10th generation iPad is expected to work with the 2nd generation Apple Pencil, while the previous model still relies on the original Apple Pencil.
It’s worth noting that Apple probably won’t hold a special event to announce the new iPads. Instead, the company is expected to unveil new products with a press release on its website. Recent reports also point to the release of new Mac computers later this year, but it is unclear whether these new computers will be announced alongside the new iPads or not.
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