The new models will look similar to the current ones and will feature a faster processor on par with the M1 chip. As rumored, Apple will purportedly introduce an improved mini-LED display for at least the larger model.
In testing, the new iPad Pros have used a Thunderbolt connector, the same port on the latest Macs with custom Apple processors. The port doesn’t require new chargers, but it would enable connectivity with additional external monitors, hard drives and other peripherals. It’s also faster at syncing data than the USB-C technology used in the current models.
Bloomberg also says the Apple plans to refresh its cheapest iPad this year with a thinner and lighter design. A new iPad mini with a larger screen is also on the way.
Finally, the site says Apple is working on major updates to the MacBook Pro and iMac. Please download the iClarified app or follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and RSS for updates.