Rumors have been circulating in the last few hours that Apple should present new iPads this week (16-22 October). Updated model versions are expected Air, Mini and Base respectively, with improvements under the body (the processor, for example) and, on balance, no significant innovations in terms of design.
However, not everyone is of the same opinionand therefore once again theuncertainty.
Conflicting rumors about the launch of new iPads
The first indiscretion was launched surprisingly over the weekend by Supercharged. This was then picked up by 9to5mac, who confirmed the news after having a chat with their sources considered more than reliable. Both editorial teams suggest the imminent debut of an iPad Air with M2 chip and an iPad Mini with A16 Bionic processor, the same as the iPhone 15.
However, a denial came in record time Mark Gurmansignature of Bloombergand more precisely from its newsletter Power On. The journalist reports that, despite what has become something of a tradition, Apple will not introduce new tablets this October.
Apple usually launches new laptops and iPads in October, which is a month after the release of the new iPhones. While I said in July that Apple would stick with tradition again this year, the latest information reveals that there will be no launch this month.
The analyst is also of the same opinion Ming-Chi Kuowhich says new iPads are unlikely to be thrown into the fray before the end of the year.
Apple Pencil 3 with magnetic tips
A few days ago there was talk of the third generation of Apple Pencil, the made-in-Cupertino stylus compatible with numerous iPad models. Well, according to the Japanese blog Mac Otakarait is much more likely that the Cupertino giant will present the Apple Pencil 3 what new tablets.
«MacOTAKARA believes that rather than an update to the iPad line, the Apple Pencil 3 will be introduced, which will use interchangeable magnetic tips», we read in the report.
So what is the truth? What new products will Apple add to its list in the next few days? It’s difficult to say at the moment, given the various (discordant) rumors circulating.