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Apple’s New iPad Pro to Feature Next-Gen M4 Chip, Not M3

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News is spreading that the upcoming 7th-generation iPad Pro will be unveiled and released with an M4 chip, not an M3 chip.

M4 Chip, iPad Pro 6th Generation (Image for article understanding) / IT media consomac

On the 28th (local time), Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reported on the new products expected to be unveiled via his newsletter at Apple’s Let Loose event on the 7th of next month.

Mark Gurman described the possibility that the upcoming 2024 iPad Pro is equipped with the next-generation M4 chip instead of the M3 chip introduced in the MacBook Air and iMac six months ago.

Gurman pointed out that the upgraded Neural Engine in the M4 chip enhances AI work performance, and he believes Apple will market the new iPad Pro targeting AI capabilities.

6th Generation iPad Pro (Image for article understanding) / Apple Inc. Newsroom

Additionally, Gurman revealed that a new Apple Pencil with a haptic feedback feature will be announced at the Apple Inc. event next month. Still, he did not elaborate on the specific operating mechanism. Haptic feedback is expected to be activated when users change drawing tools or use the “Squeeze” gesture found in the iPad OS 17.5 beta version code.

Moreover, Gurman explained that Apple will also unveil a newly designed Magic Keyboard for the 12.9-inch iPad Air and iPad for the first time at this event.

The Apple Inc. event will begin at 11 PM (Korean time) on the 7th of next month. It will be live-streamed on Apple Inc.’s official website and YouTube channel.

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