Apple is working on a future iPad design with a larger display

An Apple speculation on the larger iPad display points to the future 14-inch or 16-inch iPad Pro.

It is speculated that Apple will launch a new large screen for its smart iPad tablet in the next few years, alluding to the 14- and 16-inch screen sizes developed for the iPad Pro. Apple has not confirmed any specific things, but when it re-launched the M1, the development indicated the future of the iPad next year.

The Apple Spring Loaded event is one of the recipients of the M1 chip. The M1 chip is a promising new technology discovered by Apple on the MacBook and Mac Mini, and soon there will be Apple’s iMac and iPad Pro to increase productivity.

On September 9, 2015, at a special event held at the Bill Graham Municipal Auditorium in San Francisco, California, CEO Tim Cook gave a speech on the iPad Pro. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gourmet report in the Power-On newsletter, the iPad will soon be equipped with a new screen, which should be larger than Apple’s current version of smart tablets.

Apple Ipad with a larger screen

In addition, making iPad Plus for Apple is not strategic or a larger version of the classic iPad or iPad Air.  Especially because the larger size is always attributed to Pro. iPhone 12 Pro Max and MacBook Pro come with a 16-inch screen and Intel processor. Moreover, Apple is committed to providing people with more choices, and some people speculate that this is exactly what the company will focus on in its upcoming projects.

Apple has not confirmed anything at this time, and the whole thing is still speculation. As we all know, Apple will not announce anything related to the development and initial release and will only do so when the device is ready to be displayed at Apple events as part of its seasonal live performances, etc.

Will it be better?

According to Mac 9-5, the iPad Pro will change significantly in the next few years and has become the preferred tablet in Apple’s product lineup because it has received the most updates. Focus on the 14-inch and 16-inch displays of the iPad Pro, one is larger than the current MacBook Pro M1, and the other is the same size as the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

Apple will merge the iPad Pro with the M1, and its 14-inch screen will be larger than the 13-inch MacBook Pro, which means they can compete with each other. However, it lacks the functions of a computer, especially the lack of an integrated keyboard, trackpad, and various USB connections. Drawing on a huge 14″ or 16″ screen is a dream. This is correct for users, especially since Apple has not yet released a touchscreen MacBook to the public.


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