It was expected that Apple would unveil the new iPad lineup in April, but the most recent report makes that appear unlikely.

There will be a slight wait for those who are eager to view the new iPads from Apple. According to the most recent information, the April debut date for the 2024 iPad Pro and iPad Air series was wrong; May is the actual launch date. According to Bloomberg, Apple has postponed its launch until May in order to complete the production of the new iPads, which will include a large OLED screen on the Pro model.

Not only that, but the report also notes that Apple has been taking longer than expected to make all the software changes for the new iPads. It’s unclear that the business will host a launch event for these items as well, but it’s likely that Apple will release a number of accessories alongside the new iPad models.

A significant update for the new iPad Air and Pro devices will come soon, something that many customers have been asking. Hardware-wise, Apple should to provide the M2 chipset for the iPad Air, which is likely going to get a new 12.9-inch model-a first for the Air tablet line. Seeing how the business justifies the Air’s debut into the Mac/laptop segment with this size will be interesting.

Regarding the iPad Pro model, we expect that Apple will go crazy with the M3 chip, adding an OLED display and making changes to the design to go along with it. This will undoubtedly drive up the price of the series.

These two iPad versions may be coming soon, along with an updated Magic Keyboard and an updated Apple Pencil that aim to improve upon the features of the 12.9-inch iPad models and work best when coupled with iPadOS.

We’ll be closely watching Apple’s plans for revealing the new iPads, including whether or if the company will do it before the WWDC 2024 in June.

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