Rumors surrounding the upcoming 2024 iPad Pro lineup have been circulating, and while some details might seem intriguing, it’s important to take them with a grain of salt. According to a well-known tipster, Majin Bu, Apple might introduce a larger 14.1-inch model to its iPad Pro lineup, featuring a mini-LED panel instead of OLED like the smaller variants. However, the tipster does caution that the information may not be entirely reliable.
In addition to the display differences, all three iPad Pro models are expected to support ProMotion technology, offering a smooth 120Hz refresh rate. The M3 chipset, rumored to power the devices, is said to include an 8GB unified RAM and an impressive 12-core GPU. It appears that Apple has not officially announced an M3 variant with a 12-core GPU, leading to speculation about the validity of this claim.
Furthermore, the new iPad Pro models are rumored to boast displays with an impressive brightness of 3,000 nits. They may also feature the new Apple Pencil 3, which is said to come with interchangeable and magnetic tips, making it more versatile than its predecessors. Additionally, the tipster hints at an aluminum Magic Keyboard with two USB-C ports and a MagSafe connector, as well as a software-powered Dynamic Island design instead of the pill-shaped cutout seen on iPhones.
While some of these details may sound exciting, it’s important to approach them with skepticism until Apple officially unveils its new iPad Pro lineup. One reliable source, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, already disagrees with some of the rumors, leaving room for doubt. As always, it’s best to wait for confirmed information before making any conclusions.