Next year, Apple is anticipated to unveil the new iPad Pro models, which will include improved internals and an entirely new design. The iPad Pro will be available in two screen-size variants, according to the company. An OLED display is one of the main improvements that the new models will have, and it will be a valuable addition. The OLED iPad Pro is anticipated to cost a substantial amount more than the existing models due to its noteworthy improvements.
The OLED iPad Pro with M3 chip is expected to cost significantly more; the 11-inch variant is projected to cost about $1,500.
It was first reported that Apple would release new Macs and the OLED iPad Pro later this year, with improved internals. Additionally, Apple’s future M3 chip—which is based on TSMC’s 3nm architecture—will be included in the new “Pro” iPad models. Nevertheless, the iPad Pro versions were also delayed, as the M3 introduction was rescheduled for next year. Presently, the corporation is anticipated to reveal the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iPad Pro, and 24-inch iMac featuring an M3 chip. The new OLED iPad Pro versions with M3 CPUs are anticipated to come with a considerable price rise, according to leaker Revegnus on X.
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According to the leaker, every one of his sources is “confident” that the upcoming OLED iPad Pro models will cost a lot more money. According to the source, the OLED iPad Pro will retail for approximately $1,500, while the larger 13-inch model would cost approximately $1,800. The startling costs are about twice as much as those of the current versions.
The base edition of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro costs $1,099, while the 11-inch iPad Pro costs $799. The higher price tags may be the result of a new design that uses OLED (instead of LCD) for the 11-inch model and mini-LED (instead of LCD) for the 12.9-inch model. The business intends to offer OLED displays on both models starting in the upcoming year, doing away with the distinction between the two.
Along with these upgrades, Apple is also planning to introduce a host of new features to the iPad Pro models, including enhanced AI capabilities and camera hardware. The iPad Pro models’ USB-C port’s functionality could also be improved by the business. The device’s bezels might be made thinner by the manufacturer, emulating the design of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra. Note that at this point, these are only conjectures, and Apple has the last say in the matter. As soon as new information becomes available, we will share it with you regarding the price of the OLED iPad Pro.