Apple is planning to debut a new low-cost iPad, as well as an updated iPad Pro powered by Apple’s M2 chip, possibly including MagSafe charging capabilities at an October event. This claim comes from a post from the account “yeux1122” on the Korean blog Naver.
The account has been accurate in the past, sharing details about the fifth-generation iPad Air. The account has also swung and missed in the past, such as a rumor about an “iPad mini Pro” tablet.
The account’s post claims that the low-cost iPad will launch alongside a new iPad Pro in October, with an expected redesign with flat edges and a larger display. It is also expected to feature the A14 Bionic chip, 5G, a larger display, and a USB-C port.