Recently it came to our attention that Apple might release the new iPad Pro this April. The device is said to follow its predecessors in some matters.
According to an authentic source, the new iPad Pro may closely relate to the previous 11-inch and 12.9-inch Pros but with some updates.
Apple may replace the screen of the 12.9-inch Pro to improve brightness and contrast ratios further. Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, expects the same. According to Kuo, Apple is accelerating towards mini-LED displays for its upcoming iPad and Mac.
The source also claimed that Apple had tested the new series of iPad Pros with a Thunderbolt port. This testing predicts that the new iPad series will be closely related to Mac in terms of custom-built processors.
The new devices would be much faster at syncing data than the USB-C technology. The Thunderbolt connector would support connectivity with extra peripherals, including external monitors and hard drives.
These updates would be highly appreciated for work-from-home employees and remote learners and definitely would boost the company profit. Last year, during the lockdown period due to the pandemic, the company reported a massive increase in profit of 21% compared to the previous year.
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