Apple is clearly preparing its strongest iPad yet, which will be powered by the M2 processor.
According to a new report from foreign media, the next iPad Pro will be released this fall. In the past few years, all-new iPad Pros have been introduced in March 2016, June 2017, October 2018, March 2020, and April 2021.
The new iPad Pro will be powered by the new M2 chip, which has the same 8-core CPU design as the M1 chip, but will use TSMC's 4nm process, and the GPU will be upgraded to 9-10 cores. M1 chip GPU has 7-8 cores.
Finally, the new iPad Pro will support MagSafe charging on the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros.
Apple claims the M1 Ultra is the last OF its M1 chips. In the absence of a new Mac Pro at apple's March 9 event, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman sees two possibilities for the Mac Pro: a Mac Pro with M1 Ultra and dual M1 Ultra; Another possibility is to prepare M2 Ultra and dual M2 Ultra, which he calls "M2 Extreme."
It's worth noting that Apple will soon confirm some information about iOS 16, according to a source familiar with the matter. There will be a lot of details related to the iPhone 14 and the new processor, such as power consumption.