Apple’s new iPad Pro 2022 will feature a glass back and wireless charging

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We think the iPad Pro 2021 is still a novelty, but technology is advancing rapidly, and news has already been announced about Apple’s new iPad Pro 2022 and the iPad mini 6.

Bloomberg provides detailed information about the upcoming iPads. The most engaging between them was the iPad Pro 2022 version. It seems like the next model of iPad Pro will have a glass body. It will feature wireless charging, reverse wireless charging, and MagSafe compatibility, although the remaining features are currently in the testing phase.

MagSafe on iPad Pro has tons of fun features to help anyone work, stream, or play on a tablet. These include an iPad stand, which you can use to hold your device at an angle, and speakers, that enable you to fill up your room with high music sound.



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iPad Pro 2021 and iPad Mini 6

Bloomberg didn’t only provide the information about the 2022 iPad Pro because it seems like the two new models of Apple’s next iPad are coming soon.

First, it looks like there is a new entry-level iPad for students which will be slimmer than its ancestor iPad 10.2 2020.

Similarly, the iPad Mini 6 features are getting leaked. It will feature a slimmer bezel than its ancestors and may be released without a home button. There have been rumors that it will adopt a design similar to the iPad Air 4 and leave the thick tablet design shared by most of the iPad series.

So the tech giant is set to launch these two new iPads by the end of this year or just before the iPhone 13 launch.

As the company usually releases a new product every year, so this news makes sense. But we are hearing news about the iPad Mini 6 release date for many years, so please treat it with caution.



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Article Source:  TechRadar

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