The site LeaksApplePro has given some rumored pricing for forthcoming Apple 2022 iPad Pro SKUs (via iDropNews). Though at least one of them will not be released until 2023, the leaker believes there might be three iPad Pro models with M2 chips. It is widely believed that Apple will unveil a pair of 6th-generation M2 iPad Pro tablets during an event in the autumn. The alleged 14.1-inch model could be revealed later.
The rumored Apple 2022 iPad Pro tablets are anticipated to be available in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes and, of course, including the new Apple M2 SoC. The 11-inch iPad Pro is rumored to start at US$799 and come with 5G and 128 GB of basic storage, but it will not include a mini-LED display. The 12.9-inch M2 iPad Pro, which will also enable a 5G connection and start at US$1,099, will be the only device to provide this latter technology.
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One would assume that the older systems will have their retail prices reduced rather than Apple launching the M2 models at higher pricing as this would really imply the M2 2022 iPad Pro tablets will be priced at the very same level as the existing M1 variations.
The same source estimates that the 14.1-inch iPad Pro might cost approximately US$1,400 and have 256 GB of storage as standard. The leaker claims that this enormous tablet would feature ProMotion and have a mini-LED display, which is in contradiction with information that was previously provided by another source.
The next-generation iPad mini is not anticipated to launch until 2023, but it will reportedly include a useful 120 Hz display, which will be an improvement above the present 60 Hz capabilities. There is also potential for a fresh tip regarding the 10th-generation iPad, with the possibility that the screen will be completely redesigned using laminate. The Apple iPad 10.2 is not entirely laminated. This appears to be fixed with a 10.5-inch replacement.