Apple is working on slightly enlarging the screen of its iPad Pro from 11″ and 799 .9″ to 11.1″ and 13″, respectively. According to display analyst Ross Young, these models will be available at 2024.
These iPad Pros will feature OLED screens and may actually have the same overall physical size as their predecessors due to the slight increase in diameter, as Apple may choose to simply trim the bezels slightly to accommodate the new panels.
The current lineup includes a ” with a traditional LCD screen and 11. The 9″ model of iPad Pro has a mini LED panel. If this rumor turns out to be true, it means Apple could be returning to feature parity on the display part in the 2023 generation of its highest-end tablet.
The latest iPad Pro launched in October with the M2 chip. So if until 2024.
Young talked about a 13.1″ iPad Pro arriving 799, but has now returned that such a device is no longer in production. While that may be true, other reports claim a larger 16 inch iPad may be in development.