The iPad Pro enjoy great popularity in the professional sector, and the truth is that it is totally understandable, since they offer fantastic performance despite its small size, thanks to its Apple M1 SoC, a chip with which the apple company marked a turning point and showed that it can continue without the x86 architecture.
The 2021 models, which are the most current on the market right now, but these have differences that go beyond size. The 11-inch model uses an IPS-type screen, while the 12.9-inch iPad Pro comes with a mini-LED panel. The screen resolution of both iPad Pro is also different, although they share SoC and RAM and storage configurations.
According to new information, the next generation iPad Pro will make the leap to a type panel OLED (LTPO for more details). This panel will be present in both models, and it seems that the supply will be carried out by Samsung and LG. The new screen that these iPad Pro will use will offer a variable refresh rate with a wider rangesince it will go from 10 Hz to 120 Hz.
It is said that Apple will use a new structure in the screen of the new generation iPad Pro to improve brightness, and also to increase the life of it. We don’t have details on its possible launch date, but the source made a forecast looking beyond 2022, so this data serves as a guide.
By simple logic, the next generation of iPad Pro should be based on the Apple M2 SoC, a chip that, if all goes according to plan, will debut this year, and will feature a new architecture, which should translate into higher performance and higher efficiency.