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Is The iPad Pro With Larger Sizes Already Under Development?

by Sheila Nelly

The performance of the iPad Pro product line has continued to be upgraded in a few years, and it is rumored that Apple may launch iPad Pro in larger sizes to provide a large screen experience.

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New York (Merxwire) – For a long time, the public has speculated that Apple may integrate the iPad and MacBook product lines. Now, Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman reports the company is in the early days of creating iPad with even larger sizes.

Gurman further claims the 2022 refresh of the iPad Pro lineup will consist of models reusing the existing 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes, which will rule out larger iterations. There is also the advice that such tablets may never actually get released at all.

The size can quickly distinguish the four major series of iPad products, from smallest to largest, namely 7.9-inch iPad mini, 9.7-inch iPad, 10.5-inch iPad Air, and 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro, released in April, is currently the company’s largest tablet, and it is very close to the 13-inch MacBook.

From the current point of view, MacBook Pro still focuses on complex and multi-tasking needs, while iPad Pro focuses on convenient needs and focuses on the mobile experience. They have different user groups.

If Apple upgrades the iPad Pro product line in the future and launches an iPad with a larger screen, the boundary between the next two products will be blurred, and even more, creative products may be launched.

In addition, according to a report published on June 4 by AppleInsider, Apple is considering adopting a glass back design for the iPad Pro in 2022 to replace the old aluminum alloy and adding a wireless charging system similar to MagSafe.

Are you looking forward to the iPad Pro in larger sizes? Or do you prefer the smaller iPad mini? There are reports that Apple is preparing to launch the next-generation iPad mini. The new design may adopt a larger sizes screen, USB-C port, and Touch ID built into the power button.

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