Apple Plans to Support the New Generation of iPad Pro with M4 Chip

Apple Plans to Support the New Generation of iPad Pro with M4 Chip

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Apple is hosting a “Let Loose” event on June 7 to unveil the new generation of iPads, and the latest reports have shed light on Apple’s plans to support the upcoming iPad Pro with the M4 chip.

Apple is gearing up to support the next generation of iPads with several upgrades and improvements in design and specifications. These upcoming upgrades include Apple’s shift to support iPads with OLED screens, the inclusion of the MagSafe system for charging, along enhanced performance with the new M3 chips.

In the latest reports published by analyst Mark Gurman, new details about the next generation of iPads have been revealed. The report confirms that Apple is bypassing the M3 chips in the upcoming iPad Pro devices and is directly moving towards using the M4 chip in these devices.

Apple Plans to Support the New Generation of iPad Pro with M4 Chip

The report also confirms that the anticipated iPad Pro devices will be the first to feature Apple’s M4 chips, along with a new “Neural” engine to improve device performance in artificial intelligence tasks.

Additionally, analyst Mark Gurman suggests that Apple may launch the next generation of iPad Pro as the first tablet developed with a special focus on the new artificial intelligence technology. However, the report did not provide further details about the chip design, which comes with an integrated system within the chip.

On the other hand, previous reports have revealed that the new iPad Pro devices will feature the same design features as the previous generation of the series, with two screen sizes of 11 or 12.9 inches, and are expected to feature OLED displays.

Gurman also confirms that Apple will introduce a new version of the Apple Pencil during the event, featuring a “Taptic” engine that provides vibrations when switching between drawing or writing tools and more.

It is worth mentioning that Apple is also preparing to unveil a new keyboard during the event, which includes a larger touchpad with an aluminum connector, resembling the design of MacBook keyboards.

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