Here's what we know about the iPad Pro 2022 that is expected to launch today

Here's what we know about the iPad Pro 2022 that is expected to launch today ...

Keep an eye on Apple''s website today, as we may see the iPad Pro 2022 coming in just a few hours.

Mark Gurman of Bloomberg has tweeted an addition to one of his previous allegations, stating that the new iPad Pro''s launch would be "tomorrow," which would be going by the date of his tweet. However, don''t expect a complete press release like the Apple September event.

As a result of the leaks, we''ve been waiting for a new iPad Pro for a long time, as the current iPad Pro will arrive in 2021. According to reports, little changes will be made between generations, with the chip being considered to be changing from the Apple M1 chip to the Apple M2 chip, according to the reports. The MacBook Air M2 and the 13-inch MacBook Pro M2 are also notable improvements.

A new iPad 2022 case design

We''re expecting a regular iPad 2022 that we can see soon, and it appears like case makers are following suit. Twitter user Roeeban (opens in new tab) shared a photo of a new case from Speck, an established accessory manufacturer, which was previously labeled as for the iPad 2022.

Target has given you some iPad cases for 2022! #apple #ipad2022 #ipad 17, 2022

The folio-style case is shown to have a cutout for an Apple Pencil 2, which the new iPad is rumored to be compatible with. It also appears that the case has flaw sides in preparation for the rumored new appearance of the base iPad, which should match better with the designs of the rest of the iPad range.

Other rumors about the iPad 2022 include the possibility of receiving a USB-C port instead of a Lightning connector. However, the current base iPad is the only tablet that has yet to swap to the common connector type from Apple, so this change would ease charging and attaching components to the tablet. Also be on the lookout for an upgraded A14 chipset for improved performance and optional 5G connectivity, and a larger display, measuring 10.5 inches instead of 10.2 inches.

If Apple is indeed developing new devices today, then we''ll likely begin early Wednesday morning as a result of Apple press release announcements. Hopefully, you can keep your anger until then, but otherwise, take a look at our top iPads guide to see what you can buy right now.