A few weeks ago, Apple launched its brand new iPad Pro. A particularly attractive new model, on the one hand with its Liquid Retina XDR screen, but also with its Silicon M1 processor, which also powers the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. You can find our full review of the new iPad Pro M1 here.
Wireless charging for the future iPad Pro?
According to Bloomberg, Apple is already working on the next generation iPad Pro, and the latter will benefit from a rather welcome novelty inspired by current iPhones. In fact, the future iPad Pro should benefit from the very practical wireless charging. To do this, Apple has to check in particular the design of its iPad with a glass back.
Apple is currently testing a magnetic charging system for its future iPad Pro, such as the MagSafe, which was introduced at the end of last year and is expected to accompany the new iPhone 12. Nevertheless, according to Bloomberg, the iPad Pro could also offer “reverse wireless charging”. For example, charging an iPhone directly via the iPad Pro, and of course all of this wirelessly.
So obviously, if Apple has just released a new iPad Pro, we shouldn’t expect to see this new generation in a few (long) months. However, while waiting for 2022 and this new iPad Pro, Apple should launch a new version of its iPad Mini this year.
A new generation that, starting with the switch to Face ID, could also reserve a few surprises. According to Bloomberg, “the removal of the home button from the iPad Mini was tested at Apple”. A new 10.2-inch iPad is expected to hit the market before the end of the year.
And if you want to indulge in the new iPad Pro M1, discover our complete guide to buying the Apple tablet at the best price.