Apple’s iPad Pro to Experience a “Major Revamp” in 2024

Muhammad Zuhair
Muhammad Zuhair
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Since the launch of the current-generation design language in 2018, the iPad Pro series has seen a few small updates, but other than that, not much has changed. However, a recent source suggests that this may soon change as Apple prepares a “major iPad Pro revamp” for the next year.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman writes in the most recent issue of his Power On newsletter that this year will be a “light year” for the iPad lineup. Gurman claims that neither “anything of note” for the iPad Pro nor “major updates” for the iPad Air, iPad Mini, or entry-level iPad should be anticipated.

However, things start to become more interesting as we approach 2024. According to Gurman, Apple is getting set to launch a “significant redesign for the iPad Pro” in the spring. This change should provide both a “new design” and the first upgrade to OLED panels.

I don’t see any major updates coming in 2023 to the entry-level models, the iPad mini or the Air. The iPad Pro for sure isn’t getting anything of note this year. Instead, look for a major iPad Pro revamp next spring, complete with an updated design and OLED screens for the first time.

Mark Gurman

We’ve lately heard a variety of speculations about the potential design of this next iPad Pro. According to rumours, Apple may change the iPad Pro’s current metal unibody design to one with a glass back. Apple’s intention to switch the iPad Pro to OLED panels as early as next year is also not new information. According to a recent forecast by analyst Ross Young, an OLED MacBook Air and the first OLED iPad Pro are expected to make their debuts in 2024.

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Muhammad Zuhair is a tech enthusiast who loves to stay up to date on the latest developments in the field. He is always on the lookout for new and exciting ways to explore and engage with technology. Whether he is tinkering with gadgets or reading up on the latest trends, Muhammad is always eager to learn more and stay ahead of the curve
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