According to a new report, Apple is working on iPad Pro models with larger displays. According to Ross Young of Display Supply Chain Consultants, Apple tablets will grow slightly from 11 and 12.9 inches to 11.1 and 13 inches. The new models are scheduled to hit the market in 2024.
Apple iPad Pro 11 / 12.9
The new iPad Pros will be launched with OLED displays and could actually have the same overall physical sizes as their predecessors due to the tiny increase in diameter. All Apple would have to do is shrink the bezels slightly to accommodate the new panels.
The current lineup consists of an Apple iPad Pro 11 with a regular LCD display and the Apple iPad Pro 12.9 with a mini LED panel. If the rumor is right, the high-end tablets of the 2024 generation would use the same technology. They would also catch up to the current state of the art OLED technology.
The current iPad Pro tablets came out in October with M2 chipsets. So it wouldn’t be surprising if there wasn’t another update to the series until 2024. Young previously spoke of a 14.1-inch Apple iPad Pro to be launched in 2023. According to his current assessment, such a device is no longer in development. Other rumors continue to suggest an even larger 16-inch iPad. In addition, a foldable iPad Fold is currently haunting the rumor mill.