Next IPad Pro After all MagSafe can’t get charging. Various rumors indicateated Apple will introduce wireless magnetic charging feature this year Flagship high-end tabletsHowever, a new report claims that those plans could be scrapped.
Apple is considering lining the iPad Pro with a glass back to add compatibility to the wireless magsaf charger, but the company is “uncertain” about using such a fragile component, according to one. 9to5Mac report.
Apple Prototype an iPad Pro with a large Apple logo made of glass where power can be transferred between a MagSafe charger and a tablet. That way, you can make the iPad Pro stronger by simply placing it on a wireless charging accessory. Even better, Apple was using stronger magnets than you can find iPhone 13 And prototype tablets Can charge faster.
But sadly, no matter how strong Apple’s “Ceramic Shield” glass is, it’s still vulnerable to scratches and cracking. Reluctant to compromise on build quality, Apple may have abandoned the plan and is now looking for a different way to bring its MagSafe to premium tablets.
You may be wondering why Apple can’t just use aluminum. As can be seen, the metals use some of the energy transferred from the coil of the charging pad to one of the charged devices. As a result, metals reduce charging time and as the energy absorbed by the material becomes heat, the use of aluminum, steel or titanium can potentially endanger the internal components of a device. This is why almost every device, including wireless charging, is made of polycarbonate or glass. Some exceptions)
The report says that Apple still wants to bring MagSafe to the 2022 iPad Pro, but we do not know now that the most obvious implementation may be thrown off the table.
Going into other details about the next pro, 9to5Mac, citing unnamed source, said the high-end tablet Includes a larger battery that can accommodate a power-sapping magic keyboard, a camera module based on the iPhone 13, and a new chip. The current iPad Pro is powered by an M1 processor, but if Apple is rumored to release a MacBook Air with an M2 SoC, we can only speculate that the same chip will be adopted by the iPad Pro.
Echo a Bloomberg report, 9to5Mac added that Apple is prototyping iPad Pro models with a display larger than 12.9 inches and is considering adding a notch, which will extend the decision of the divider design. Its more in the product (we hope this is not true). Other rumors suggest that Apple will offer a miniLED display on the smaller iPad; Currently, only the 12.9-inch iPad Pro has upgraded display technology.
It’s hard to pinpoint a release date for these premium tablets, but most signs point to a late 2022 launch.