Resuscitate the tablet section
Spring is approaching, but the typical March keynote is still coming for a long time. As Bloomberg reporter Mark Gorman reports, iCompany can now introduce new iPads Pro in April.
It’s time. Apple fans have been waiting for new products for nearly half a year. The cult group from Cupertino has traditionally launched their new products before the very important Christmas business, so the product pipeline was filled up six months ago.
One exception: Since it was introduced eleven years ago, the world’s most valuable company has fixed its iPad in the spring. Traditionally, Apple customers can expect a rebound in March, but press invitations preceding an event at least a week have not been received yet.
New iPad Pro models expected in April
No problem, says Bloomberg reporter Mark Gorman, a well-known Apple affair who moderated the Apple 9to5Mac blog before joining the Financial Information Service. Like Gorman I mentioned now, Apple should hold its latest event in April.
As expected, the focus will likely be on the newly enhanced iPad division. Gurman expects Apple can update its premium tablets – the iPad Pro – next month. Visually, a little should change: the Pro models will continue to be offered in two versions with a screen size of 11 and 12.9 inches.
But beneath the surface, a lot will likely change: the new iPads Pro should come with the faster A14X processor, which should be on par with the M1 chipset in the new MacBooks, and an improved camera. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro could also get an improved small LED display. IPad mini could also get a new screen, which should give users more screen space (8.4 inches instead of 7.9 inches).
IPad is experiencing a renaissance in the Corona pandemic
IPad sales, which have been declining for years, saw an unexpected increase in the last year as millions of users are in lockdown mode with heightened upgrade needs for home education, study or work.
Consequently, revenues increased in the meantime The iPad unit is eleven years old Literally through the roof. Apple’s tablet division sales surprisingly increased dramatically in the Christmas quarter, 41% from 5.97 to $ 8.43 billion. Accordingly, new incentives are needed in the second year of the epidemic.