Previous rumors suggested that Apple could launch the next-generation iPad Pro in the first half of this year with a glass back to support MagSafe wireless charging.
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However, a latest rumor has just revealed that Apple is not likely to equip glass backs for its next high-end tablets. However, the iPad Pro 2022 series will still support MagSafe wireless charging technology.
Accordingly, a new leak has just claimed that Apple will continue to use aluminum back for the next generation of iPad Pro, but with a logo made of glass. The new logo is designed to be more prominent and similar to the new MacBook Pro. Apple’s idea is to ensure wireless power transmission through the glass logo faster than the all-aluminum back. Additionally, Apple has made the MagSafe magnet stronger to reduce the risk of accidentally dropping the upcoming iPad Pro from the charger.
In addition, today’s source also said that the upcoming iPad Pro will have a size of 12.9 inches. Apple could also add a notch to the display, and it won’t be symmetrical when using the display in portrait mode.
Rumor has it that the upcoming iPad Pro will have a larger battery than the current generation and that MagSafe charging will be faster on the iPhone. iPad can also use new processor based on 3nm process and camera module borrowed from iPhone 13. Stay tuned!