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Apple to launch new iPad Air, iPad Pro models on March 26

Apple may soon release its updated iPad lineup. The Cupertino, California-based corporation has not yet disclosed the date, but according to a Chinese technology website, Apple is expected to reveal the iPad Pro and next-generation iPad models on March 26.

Furthermore, according to display industry analyst Ross Young, users should start receiving shipments of iPad Pro devices with OLED displays in April. It is reported that Apple’s M3 chipset powers the upcoming iPad Pro versions. The M2 chipset could be used by iPad Air versions.

A number of third-party protective cases for iPad Air and iPad Pro 2024 tablets are reportedly listed on Amazon and will be available on March 26th, according to a claim by the Chinese website IT Home. This entry indicates that an iPad-related announcement from Apple is anticipated on March 26.

This date corresponds with Mark Gurman’s earlier forecasts. According to a previous rumor from Bloomberg, Apple is expected to unveil the new iPad Pro (2024) and iPad Air (2024) around the end of March or early April. He announced earlier this week in his weekly Power On newsletter that a delay in the development of the new iPadOS 17.4 would cause the delivery of the new iPad Pro (2024) and iPad Air (2024) series to be postponed until later next month.

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Furthermore, analyst Ross Young predicted that Apple would start distributing iPad Pro versions with OLED panels to customers in April in a new DSCC blog post on Monday, March 18. It is rumored that the company will unveil the new iPad Pro models along with a larger 12.9-inch iPad Air. Young claims that Samsung will be the only company offering OLED screens for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. For the 11.1-inch iPad Pro variant, orders from Samsung and LG might be divided.

The 3nm Apple M3 processor is anticipated to power Apple’s forthcoming iPad Pro (2024) models, which will measure 12.9 and 11 inches. The M2 microprocessor may power the iPad Air variants, which are anticipated to sport a new camera module, a thinner chassis, and a USB Type-C port for charging.