The iPad Pro, which was released last year, has been upgraded to 16GB OF LPDDR4X memory for the 1TB and 2TB storage versions, leaving many users buzzing.
According to the latest news, the new 2022 iPad Pro will be further tweaking with a 14.1-inch super-large screen, 16GB of RAM as standard, and 512GB of starting storage.
The same source previously correctly claimed that iPadOS 16 would cancel support for the iPad Air 2, so while this prediction sounds exaggerated, it should be taken with a grain of salt.
Other configuration changes include an upgrade to the M2 processor, up to 4 TERabytes of storage.
In terms of processors alone, according to Apple, M2 saw an 18% increase in CPU performance, a 35% increase in GPU performance, and a 40% increase in NPU performance.
There is no doubt that the new iPad Pro will debut alongside the iPhone 14, either a month earlier or a month later if Apple has other ideas.