The Apple M1 chip was recently added to Apple’s iPad Pro lineup, and it’s a beast of a machine. But, despite being more powerful than any tablet currently on the market, it still has a few flaws. One of the iPad Pro 2021’s major flaws, for example, is iPadOS, which prevents it from reaching its full potential. Second, it lacks a few features that are now standard on most major flagship smartphones, such as wirelesscharging. According to recent reports, Apple may include some of these features in the model for next year.
Wireless charging may be available on Apple’s next iPad Pro.
According to Bloomberg, Apple is planning to include wireless charging support in the iPad Pro 2022, according to industry sources familiar with the company’s operations. According to the report, Apple is considering replacing the iPad Pro’s aluminum enclosure with a glass back to enable wirelesscharging. The switch to glass would bring it closer to Apple’s latest iPhone lineup, which has also made the switch from aluminum to glass in recent years.
Apple is also working on a new iPad mini model that will be released later this year, in addition to the new iPad Pro design. According to reports, the updated iPad mini will have slimmer bezels than the current model and may not have a home button. If Apple goes ahead with this new design, it will be the first time in six years that the iPad mini has had a design change.
We don’t have any additional information about the upcoming iPad Pro 2022 or the new iPad mini at this time. However, we believe Apple will include the rumored M1X chip in the next-generation model. In terms of the iPad mini, Apple may offer a hardware upgrade alongside the design changes mentioned above on the upcoming model.