The new iPad Pro will receive Thunderbolt support and a chip with the same power as the Apple M1

The American edition of Bloomberg, citing its source, reported details about the new iPad Pro.

As previously anticipated, the tablet will hit the market in two sizes: 11 “and 12.3”. The novelty will receive the same appearance as the current model, but at the same time it will have updated hardware.

The tablet is credited with improved cameras and a processor with the same power as the Apple M1 in the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini. The 12.3-inch model will boast a mini-LED panel. In addition, the updated iPad Pro will be equipped with a USB-C port with Thunderbolt support. Thanks to this, the gadget can be used with monitors.

It was assumed that the iPad Pro will debut on March 23, but according to Bloomberg, the novelty should be expected in April.

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