In his most recent newsletter, Mark Gurman of Bloomberg predicted that Apple would reveal two new iPad Pro tablets with the M2 chip “in a matter of days.” The 11″ and 12.9″ smartphones may receive a minor upgrade, and new charging options may be included, claims the journalist.
Prior to October 27, when Apple is scheduled to release its quarterly and annual earnings reports, the iPad Pro is anticipated to ship. The tablets will be introduced with a press release on the corporate website; there isn’t a planned event for the introduction.
Gurman even predicted reverse wireless charging for the new iPad Pro, allowing the tablet to share its charge with an iPhone or AirPods case. The new iPad Pro may also include MagSafe charging capabilities. Additionally, iPadOS 16, a software update that is usually published alongside iOS but was postponed a year, will be made available.
Gurman asserts that it is the band, not the gadget, that is to blame for the Apple Watch Ultra’s stock shortages. Both the orange Alpine loop and the yellow or blue Trail loop are quite difficult to locate. As a result, some models are now arriving even later than the current Watch Ultra shipment date of the first week of November.