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Apple’s New iPad Models Likely to Launch in May: Mark Gurman

The upcoming iPad Pro devices are expected to feature reduced bezels.

Apple is likely to make updates to the iPad Pro and iPad Air models. Over the last few months, various leaks and reports about the alleged tablets have surfaced online. The upcoming iPad Pro and iPad Air are rumored to include larger displays and newer chipsets.

Recent sources suggested that Apple might release these iPad devices in April. However, a recent source says that the release of the next generation iPad Pro and iPad Air has been pushed further.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports that Apple is expected to reveal the much-anticipated iPad Pro and iPad Air models in early May, roughly a month before its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which begins on June 10. He stated that Apple suppliers are presently increasing production of the anticipated iPad devices.

According to a previous Gurman report, the items could be available by the end of March or in April. Gurman now claims that the delay is due to “software work for the devices” and “complex new manufacturing techniques” of the new screens that the models are expected to receive.

Four new iPad Pro variants codenamed J717, J718, J720, and J721 are rumored to be powered by Apple’s new M3 processor and are said to support “redesigned versions of Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil,” according to the report.

According to reports, Apple is also working on getting OLED panels on the upcoming iPad models. The iPad Air, which is now only available in a 10.9-inch size, is rumored to feature a 12.9-inch display. The next-generation iPad Air devices are expected to include M2 chipsets and landscape-oriented front cameras.

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Meanwhile, another recent report claimed that the forthcoming iPad Pro models will have lower bezels and be available in both “glossy and matte screen versions.” According to a report, the 11-inch edition will have a 7.12mm bezel, while the 12.9-inch alternative will have a 7.08mm bezel, which is 10% and 15% smaller than their corresponding 2022 counterparts.

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