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Apple iPad Pro 2022 could get major design change and MagSafe Wireless charging support

According to reports, iPad Pro 2022 models could get a larger size glass-based Apple logo. This logo will allow MagSafe wireless charging technology to work on the next generation iPad Pro.

Apple iPhone and Mac lineup for this year are yet to be announced. The lineup of Apple products for this year will include the iPhones, Macs and iPads. According to reports, the Cupertino based tech giant could also bring the new iPad Pro models. Earlier it was reported that this year’s iPad Pro model could get a new redesign. This suggests that the upcoming iPad Pro could launch with a glass back design. Now, another report suggests that the upcoming Apple iPad Pro 2022 model could launch with MagSafe wireless charging support.



Apple iPad Pro 2022 with MagSafe Wireless Charging:

The reports also suggests that the Cupertino based tech giant will also launch a redesigned version of the MacBook Air and an entry-level MacBook Pro. Furthermore, the tech giant could also launch an iPad Pro 2022 model with MagSafe wireless charging support. In his newsletter, Mark Gurman reveals that the new Apple iPad Pro 2022 could feature a new design along with wireless charging support.

Apple iPad Pro 2022 could launch with support for MagSafe Wireless Charging
Apple iPad Pro 2022 rumours suggests to launch with support for MagSafe Wireless Charging

Currently, Apple is testing MagSafe Charging Technology for its new iPad Pro 2022 models. To recall, this MagSafe Charging is a wireless charging system which is based on a magnetic environment. The Cupertino based tech giant first brought this technology with the iPhone 12. The report further suggests that this new iPad Pro 2022 may also include reverse wireless charging. This will allow the iPad to act as wireless charging point on its own.



Apple iPad Pro 2022 with new design:

According to report from 9to5Mac, the Cupertino based tech giant has already developed some prototypes for iPad Pro with bigger Apple logo. Here, the size of Apple logo could be same as the one on the MacBook Pro. Furthermore, the logo on the iPad Pro prototype is not only larger but it will also feature glass instead of aluminium. This glass back will allow the MagSafe Wireless Charging technology to work more efficiently. It will be much same to how it works on the iPhones.

The size of Apple Logo could be bigger this time and might feature glass finishing instead of aluminum
The size of Apple Logo could be bigger this time and might feature glass finishing instead of aluminum
  • MagSafe Wireless Charging inside Apple Logo:

In the prototype, the iPad Pro model will get strong magnets to prevent accidents that may occur while charging. Furthermore, the report suggests that this MagSafe wireless charging on iPad could be even faster than the one on iPhone. Although this glass back is excellent for wireless charging. But it is also more prone to damage. Thus, this glass back makes the newer iPad Pro more fragile.




On the other hand, the aluminum back will make MagSafe charging difficult. Since the glass is more fragile than metal, Apple will have to make decision between durability and fast wireless charging. Apple is still confused about which one to go for. Currently, Apple is offering glass body in the back with iPhone. Also read – Apple iPad, iPad Mini with improved display, newer CPU launched in India

Apple iPad Pro 2020 with bigger display as compared to its predecessor
Apple iPad Pro 2020 with bigger display as compared to its predecessor

Keep in mind, the MagSafe Wireless Charging on iPad Pro 2022 will be much slower than wired charging. The report suggests that it is too early to speculate about the development of Apple’s new iPad Pro 2022. This means that these features can be avoided at the final stage. As the things develop, we will share more details about the features and specifications on the upcoming Apple iPad Pro 2022 models.



  • Larger display and bigger batteries on iPad Pro 2022:

Beside this Magsafe Wireless Charging, Apple could also bring new iPad Pro 2022 with bigger batteries. This will be great for users because the Apple Magic Keyboard drains large amount of battery. Furthermore, the new Apple iPad Pro could also get a camera system similar to the one present on the iPhone 13. The latest iPad Pro 2022 could also get a new chipset. There are high chances that M2 chipset could debut with new iPad Pro.

Apple iPad Pro 2022 could also feature new chipset, bigger batteries and MagSafe Wireless Charging
Apple iPad Pro 2022 could also feature new chipset, bigger batteries and MagSafe Wireless Charging

 

Additionally, there are chances of existence of a bigger model with larger display. The all-new Apple iPad Pro 2022 display size could be even larger than 12.9-inch. Some wild rumour also suggested that the Cupertino based tech giant could also bring notched display on this year’s iPad Pro. This notch on the display could make the iPad Pro look more like other Apple products. Although, it sounds experimental at this point. There are very little chance that these features like MagSafe wireless charging, bigger batteries, larger display and others will make it on iPad Pro this year.



Apple iPod Mini in the making:

In another report, the company is also planning to bring iPod Mini with narrow screen border. The Cupertino based tech giant could also remove the home button from the Mini variant of iPad. To recall, Apple last made changes in the iPad Mini in 2019. In 2019 model, the iPad Mini comes with an A12 Bionic chipset. Furthermore, it also comes with first-generation Apple Pencil support.

Unlike other models, the Mini variant gets thick bezels on the display. In new generation iPad Pro and iPad Mini, Apple could also bring the thinner version called an entry-level iPad for students. However, it remains unknown if this entry-level iPad will support Magsafe Wireless charging. Also read – Realme MagDart Wireless Charging mobile phone to launch soon in India

Written by Pulkit Sharma

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