Apple is preparing the iPad Pro with mini-LED screen and AirTags for launch in March

March has become a good time to launch by-products for Apple. During this period, last year we saw launches for devices such as iPad Pro 2020, iPhone SE and even the 13 ”MacBook with updated keyboard, and this year we will have similar announcements, according to new rumors. A new iPad Pro could debut in just a few weeks, along with the long-awaited AirTags, smart keychains.

iPad Pro will receive an internal upgrade, the exterior design being unchanged

The launch of new tablets would not normally be a very important event, but the COVID-19 pandemic has brought these devices back to the forefront. Those who want high-performance tablets do not have many options on the market, but Apple continues to improve the iPad Pro models, becoming a kind of test platform for new technologies.

In recent years, the iPad Pro was the first models equipped with very powerful Apple chips, comparable in performance to those on laptops. Thus, Apple was able to test Apple Silicon processors before they reached MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops with M1. Then, last year, Apple integrated a LiDAR sensor for the first time on the iPad Pro, and a few months later, this technology reached the iPhone 12 Pro.

It seems that the next technology that will debut on the iPad Pro before it reaches MacBook laptops is the mini-LED. The new iPad Pro 2021 models will look identical on the outside compared to the 2020 generation, but will integrate the new screens, which should ensure a performance closer to the contrast and black level on OLEDs, without the disadvantages associated with this technology, such as the risk of burn-in. Of course, because they will use newer-generation Apple chipsets, the new iPad Pro tablets will also be sold with a 5G modem.

AirTags, on the other hand, will be quite “ordinary” products. They will have a rounded design, according to the available information, while they will work through the Find My application to find the objects to which they are attached. Samsung has also recently launched SmartTag products, which use Bluetooth to position various objects on the map. Samsung even offers a SmartTag + version, with Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) technology, which allows directional positioning on compatible devices. It is rumored that Apple will also offer this functionality.

source: Phone Arena

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