All information about the iPad Pro Model With M2 Chip that has been scheduled to go public today

All information about the iPad Pro Model With M2 Chip that has been scheduled to go public today ...

iPad Pro models are expected to launch later today, as well as Apple''s successor to the 2021 iPad Pro models that were powered by its previous M1 chips. The new iPad models are said to be equipped with Apple''s M2 chip that was included in the 2022 MacBook Air model, and it would be a modest upgrade over its predecessor. The new models are expected to arrive before the company announced its quarterly and yearly earnings on October 27.

According to Bloomberg''s Mark Gurman, the M2-powered iPad Pro model will be launched later today. It is expected to come in 11-inch and 12.9-inch display options, named J617 and J620. The tablet will be powered by Apple''s in-house M2 technology that debuted on the new MacBook Air models, according to Gurman previously.

In the event it was not evident with the days away formula from Saturday, the launch should be held tomorrow.

The company is not expected to host a launch event for the new iPad Pro models, unlike Apple''s ''Far Out.'' event. Gurman has previously stated that the new iPad Pro model will be announced via a press release on the company''s website.

Apple has stated in his latest Power On newsletter that it is working on an iPad docking accessory that can be purchased separately. Bloomberg previously reported that the company was working on a standalone feature to combine the tablet with a speaker hub. Amazon already does something similar with its Fire tablets, as the company allows users to place the devices into a charging dock to prop them up like a smart display.

The Pixel Tablet, which is expected to serve as a magnetic charging station and speaker, has recently been announced. According to Gurman, an iPad docking station might work similarly, allowing users to make calls through FaceTime and gain hands-free control of smart home devices.

iPadOS 16, the latest iPad version, is expected to be released alongside iOS 16, but was canceled this year.

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