The launch of the iPad Pro M2 is imminent

Allround PC Logo

Docking station as planned for Google’s Pixel tablet

Image: Daniel Romero / Unsplash

A Bloomberg report reveals new details about the upcoming iPad Pro M2. Among other things, the next generation of the iPad Pro will have an optional charging dock that turns it into a smart home hub.

It is expected that in a few days Apple can present the next iPad Pro. In particular, these are 11 inch fourth generation And this The sixth generation of the 12.9-inch model Codenames J617 and J620. Once again, the first detailed information about the new version of the iPad Pro comes from Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman. This found out earlierthat pills new and About 20 percent faster M2 chip Use.

image: apple

Visually, little has changed compared to last year’s version, which means the iPad Pro flat case edges again receives, suitable for Current iPhone Models, The entry-level model of the iPad series, which is otherwise only a refresh in terms of hardware, may soon come under a new guise, as Apple is said to be offering cheaper low-end ones with a USB-C port. Working on iPad. Same design as iPad Pro.

Gurman also reveals a release date for the long-awaited iPad OS 16.1, After the first beta stages, round version number 16 is left as expected New iPadOS version around October 24th To be like

iPad Pro becomes a Smart Hub

Bloomberg report further states that iPad Pro comes with docking station All in one smart hub and speaker. a same concept Follows Google with its upcoming Pixel tablet. It needs to be connected to a separately available magnetic charging dock, similar to the Nest Hub, and then controlled as a smart assistant in the home.

READ  QuakeCon 2021 - A Look Behind the Scenes

This docking station once again indicates Apple’s commitment to gaining a foothold in the smart home sector: according to rumours, the manufacturer is working on a Better successor to HomePod smart speaker. The HomePod 2, or whatever it’s called, is expected to release in late 2022 or early 2023.

sources say

Links marked with * are affiliate links. With a purchase through this link, we receive a sales commission without overpaying by you as the site operator. In this way you can support all-round PC

Robin kromberg … is studying Asian Studies and Chinese at the University of Bonn and as an editor primarily responsible for the Notebook, Monitor and Audio Equipment departments at Allround-PC.com, but also for new products in many other areas. also writes about

Find more author contributions

More from Laurence Porter
Technology Testing in F1 2021 – Computerbase
The official game for the current Formula 1 season is here. On...
Read More
Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.