Because Apple didn’t unveil the new iPad Pro (2022) at the iPhone 14 launch event in early September, all eyes are now on October, as several sources indicate the company may have an iPad launch event then.
That implies that both the company’s most recent high-end slate and the iPad entry-level for 2022 will be on display. Well, if the leaks are accurate, then perhaps this year will see the release of more than one iPad.
The new iPad Pro doesn’t appear to be a major innovation based on the current speculations, but we are beginning to believe that they may bring some beneficial improvements. As Apple’s Pro tablets offer tonnes of power and gorgeous screens, the iPad Pro (2021) was one of our favourite slates from the previous year. If the business keeps up its winning ways, the 2022 edition might be one of the greatest tablets of 2022.
Apple must ensure that the iPad Pro (2022) is stunning, not the least because Samsung will be a fierce competitor with products like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra.
Additionally, there is a wish list for the tablet that examines what we would like to see based on its forebears and market trends for tablets. With the exception of the reported 14-inch iPad, which most leakers predict will debut in early 2023, the majority of recent leaks indicate that the iPad Pro models will arrive toward the end of 2022, breaking Apple’s tradition of introducing them at the beginning of the year.
Numerous leakers have informed us that an October debut is most likely. Additionally, Apple has stated that iPadOS 16 won’t be released until after iOS 16, and given that these operating system upgrades are anticipated to coincide with corresponding hardware releases, the next iPad Pro will likely follow suit. A September 7 iPhone 14 unveiling makes an October iPad Pro launch logical, too.
You can’t expect the new iPad Pros to be inexpensive given that they are Apple’s priciest tablet line. The 12.9-inch model started at $1,099 / £999 / AU$1,649 and topped out at $2,399 / £2,149 / AU$3,549. The iPad Pro 11 (2021) had a starting price of $799 / £749 / AU$1,199 and went as high as $2,099 / £1,899 / AU$3,099
Unexpectedly, an iPad Pro leak from 2022 suggests that the tablets will be a little bit more inexpensive. According to reports, the 11-inch model will cost $799 and have 128GB of storage and cellular connectivity, while the 12.9-inch model would cost $1,099 and include the same features. These prices are considerably less expensive than the similar configuration pricing for the 2021 model, indicating that the 2022 series might be a little less painful on your budget.
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