Apple iPad Pro with the help of wireless charging until 2022

According to reports, the new Apple iPad Pro with wireless charging support is currently in operation and the release of the updated tablet will be next year.

Currently, the iPad Pro models have an aluminum enclosure. But, according to Mashable, in order to use wireless charging technology, Apple is switching to glass back.

Apple is also reportedly testing MagSafe with the iPad Pro. The entire iPhone 12 comes with multiple magnets around the charging coils, allowing you to “disconnect” the phone from the MagSafe charger. It is possible that the iPad Pro will insert the same magnets under the rear glass.

It is reported that charging a tablet without a cable may take longer than connecting it. Apple is still planning to install the Thunderbolt port, so you will have the option of using a standard charging cable.

In addition to MagSafe, according to some reports, Apple is also testing repeatless wireless charging. That way, users will be able to use the back of the iPad Pro to charge other devices, such as their iPhone or AirPods.

Speaking of charging multiple devices at the same time, a source told the news store that Apple still has not stopped on AirPower, a charging mat that was canceled by Apple in 2017 before launching it.

In addition to the new iPad Pro, Apple is also reported to be working on a redesigned iPad mini and a smaller entry-level iPad, both expected to be launched later this year.

Rumors of the new iPad mini began circulating ahead of Apple’s event in April. However, the only iPad announced was the 2021 iPad Pro with an M1 chip.

If you think the iPad mini hasn’t received a update since 2019, the new one is too late. According to Mashable, reports indicate that this time around the iPad mini will be fitted with smaller bezels and no home button.

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