The year 2021 may be the year of the bull, but indeed – it is the year iPad! Apple’s latest iPad Pro series launched less than two months ago that produced huge performance improvements thanks to their M1 chips and brand new Mini-LED display technology in the case of the 12.9-inch model.
iPad Pro with MagSafe and reverse wireless charging
Now, according to the report Bloomberg, iPad Pro is improving and evolving – perhaps faster than expected. Let’s say so AppleiPad Pro 2022 models benefit MagSafe-Like wireless charging. Of course, this means that the iPad has to wear glass – like the iPhone. And if that’s not enough, it’s also believed that Apple could eventually introduce wireless reverse charging. If anything, we expected this feature to debut iPhone, but apparently Apple ‘s plans may be different.
Reverse wireless charging allows users to place an iPhone or AirPodit On the back of the iPad, which then works like any other wireless charger. Speeds are certainly much slower than separate wireless chargers and wired charging, but here the convenience factor matters.
Refurbished iPad Mini
Reports make it clear that work on the glass-backed iPad Pro is still in its infancy, meaning Apple may decide to switch to another model.
In addition to the iPad Pro and iPad mini, Apple is also said to release a new and thinner version of the entry level iPad, which is focused on students and those who want an iPad on a budget. This is set to come out later this year, just like the revamped iPad Mini.
AirPower and advanced “real” wireless charging
New AirPower the version is also believed to be at work. This allows you to charge your iPhone, AirPoditand Apple Watch simultaneously. Apple off AirPower’s release plan in 2019 because it failed to meet (their) high standards.
Finally, Bloomberg mentions that the technology giant in Cupertino is also exploring ways to achieve “real” wireless charging. In this case, you can charge your device remotely. Sure, this technology isn’t ready yet, but it’s good to know that it can become real in the end.