More information is being revealed about Apple's plans to introduce new tablets before the year is through.
We've been talking about the various devices that the Californian company will launch in just two or three weeks, depending on which rumors are true. those who mention a presentation on September 6 or even September 13 of that same month. Whatever the case, what we do know is that the brand could once again hold two separate keynotes, one for its most advanced smartphones and another for products that are crucial to the manufacturer but are logically not as popular as the iPhone. We're talking about the new iPads, which, as was expected, will debut this year with new generations based on characteristics, with the new processors unquestionably being the stars.
A new keynote in October
It has been discussed for some time, but now that we are closer, it is starting to seem much more likely to occur. We're talking about a new Keynote that will be released in October so that we may learn more about Apple's newest iPads. According to Naver, who cites a Chinese manufacturer as their source, the new iPads of the thirtieth generation may debut in October, a month later than the release of the new iPhone 14. No one has discounted the possibility of the new iPad Pros being unveiled during the same Keynote.
But in addition to these dates, the source has detailed certain essential characteristics of these new iPads. Always referring to the standard version, the most basic, this one would have a somewhat more voluminous design, keeping in mind that it has never been one of the models with the greatest degree of consistency in this regard. But there will be other innovations, such as somewhat smaller bissels that result in a somewhat larger screen. The camera has also undergone changes, being somewhat heavier as a result, having some barriga, and all of this as a result of an update to its sensors, which will make them better but require more room on the tablet.
One of the most significant new features is the USB Type-C port, which is, as you may know,