It’s been an eventful year so far for Apple. At its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2023 in June, the Cupertino-based tech giant showcased the latest operating systems for its devices, while also unveiling the Vision Pro, the company’s first spatial computer, and a new 15-inch MacBook Air. Did. Last month, we saw the launch of new Apple Watches as well as the new iPhone 15 series. We’ve seen the launch of every device so far except one – the iPad.
There has been no instance in the 13-year-old history of the iPad when an entire year has gone by without any new releases, and that won’t be the case this time either as a new report claims that Apple could unveil its latest iPad this week. .
new ipads are coming
according to a report by Supercharged, Apple may expand its iPad lineup by announcing new iPads this week. The news comes after Supercharged spoke to sources familiar with Apple’s media plans. Last year, Apple introduced the M2-powered iPad Pro along with the iPad 10th Gen in October. This October, three new iPads – iPad Mini, iPad Air and iPad 11th generation can be launched.
What’s even more interesting is that the launch could happen tomorrow, October 17th!
No official information has been revealed in terms of specifications, although there could be a possible bump in processors. Although it is known that Apple’s upcoming iPads powered by the M3 SoC are in the works, they are unlikely to be launched any time soon this year.
Instead, the new iPad Air may eventually get an M2 upgrade, while the iPad Mini may feature the A16 SoC, the chip that powers the current iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, as well as last year’s iPhone 14 Pro models. Is.
Although Apple held a big event called ‘Wanderlust’ on September 12 where it unveiled its new iPhones, the same is unlikely to happen with the new iPads. Instead, Apple can simply announce them through a press release and announcement video on its website, YouTube channel, and social media handles. According to the report, Apple has also scheduled a briefing with select media personnel this week.