Apple’s Comprehensive iPad Lineup Upgrade Set for 2024, Beginning with Next-Gen iPad Pro and iPad Air in March


Apple is gearing up for a significant overhaul of its entire iPad lineup in 2024, with the next-generation iPad Pro and iPad Air anticipated to make their debut as early as March, according to insights from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. This comprehensive lineup upgrade will extend to other models, such as the standard iPad and iPad mini, in the following months.

Gurman’s report suggests that the upcoming iPad Pro will boast an updated design to accommodate a larger display size. It is expected to be available in 11-inch and 13-inch configurations, both featuring OLED panels. Powered by Apple’s latest M3 chip, the tablet will also support a revamped Magic Keyboard attachment, providing users with an enhanced and seamless experience.

The mid-tier iPad Air is also set to undergo a significant overhaul, featuring 10.9-inch and 12.9-inch display sizes. Equipped with the M2 processor, the iPad Air is poised to outperform the lower-end 10th generation iPad models, which are slated for updates later in the year.

Apple plans to phase out the ninth-generation baseline iPad, marking the end of an era with the removal of the home button. This strategic move will enable Apple to discontinue older generation accessories that are compatible with the ninth-generation iPad.

The iPad mini is not left out of the lineup refresh, with expectations of a new processor. Gurman previously hinted at the use of the A16 Bionic chip in the next-generation compact iPad mini.

In addition to the iPad lineup, Apple enthusiasts can anticipate the release of the long-awaited mixed-reality headset, the Vision Pro, in early 2024. Recent reports reveal that Apple has commenced Vision Pro training for retail employees in Cupertino, California. The mixed-reality headset is scheduled to launch in March in the US, followed by a gradual rollout in other regions.

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