A surreal sale from a company that has already added the new 2022 iPad Pro to its systems.
An Australian operator has put up for sale the new models of iPad Pro of 2022 and a consumer has already purchased a unit. It would usually be a matter of course and uninteresting news if it weren’t for the fact that the 2022 iPad Pro lineup hasn’t even been unveiled by Apple.
In theory, Apple will present its new iPad Pro at a special event to be held on the day September 7th in a streaming from Apple Park. But it is something that is not even confirmed. What we do know is that the apple logo firm will present its iPhone 14 and its Apple Watch Series 8.
Current iPad Pro models with 11-inch and 12.9-inch screens were released in april 2021 and now the Optus company has put them up for sale.
The sale of a nonexistent iPad Pro
The operator Optus, as reported by Macrumors, has released 2022 iPad Pro models on its internal stock system. Among them, there was a model of iPad Pro (4th generation) with 11-inch screen in space gray color and 512 GB of storage capacity.
But Apple is not currently shipping any 11-inch iPad Pro fourth generation. Yes, there is a fourth generation iPad Pro, but its screen is 12.9 inches. The most recent 11-inch iPad Pro model is the third generation and was introduced in 2021.
According to Optus employees, there is no 2022 iPad Pro in stock. But there are consumer orders that reflect the sale of iPad Pro models from 2022 instead of 2021. Is it a mistake or are they simply pre-selling the new Apple tablets? Is it a marketing strategy?
To one of the consumers who bought one of these “iPad Pro of 2022” and who from Optus was mentioned that These tablet models would not arrive in stores for another two weeks. We do not know if it is, therefore, really the iPad Pro 2022 line or if we are facing a small misunderstanding. It can sometimes be a bit confusing to identify which generation each Apple device belongs to, especially when it comes to tablets, since there are many different types of iPad such as iPad, iPad mini, iPad Air and iPad Pro.
Finally, it is worth noting that the fourth generation iPad Pro models that Optus is marketing they are priced higher than the 2021 iPad Pro models with the same storage capacity, according to MacRumors.
In regards to the latest iPad Pro news, it has recently been leaked that Apple may be planning to implement hybrid OLED technology in its future iPad Pro models, likely around 2024.
Source: iPadizate by ipadizate.com.
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