Two new iPad Pros from Apple will debut in 2024

It would appear that Apple is working on two new editions of the iPad Pro, both of which will sport OLED panels. When the two new iPad Pro models are released, there will be two distinct sizes available for customers to choose from. So, as promised, here is all you need to know about the incoming tablets.

A recent source suggests that the tech giant located in Cupertino has plans to introduce OLED iPad Pro models with screen sizes of 11.1 inches and 13 inches. In addition, it is speculated that the company would introduce these two OLED iPad Pros some time within the first three months of 2024. Therefore, we still have more than a year before either of these two tablets will be available for purchase in stores. Ross Young, a well-known display analyst, was the one who communicated the news. Although rumours of OLED iPads are not new, this is the first time that we have heard of size possibilities for OLED iPad Pros in either 11.1 inches or 13 inches.

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In addition to that, the bezels that surround the display on these brand-new devices will be significantly thinner. Because of the narrower borders around the screen, the new iPad Pros will maintain the same overall proportions as their predecessors. Apple had released updated versions of the 12.9-inch and 11-inch iPad Pros back in October. These updates were made possible by the incorporation of the more recent M2 chipset. Therefore, the next big improvement will probably involve the addition of OLED panels to iPad Pros.

However, it is not known if the company that makes the iPhone intends to provide new and updated models that are lower in size the next year. Young had previously claimed that Apple is also preparing to release a 14.1 inch iPad Pro model in 2023, but he has now revealed that the corporation has dropped this idea. Young’s statement comes after Young had previously claimed that Apple is planning to release the model. Remember that this information is not yet proven, so you should take this news with a grain of salt and stay tuned for additional updates surrounding this topic.