Apple has already started production of the new iPad Pro
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Apple has already started production of the new iPad Pro and MacBook Air – sales begin in March

According to Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman, Apple has already begun mass production of an updated version of the flagship iPad Pro tablet and MacBook Air laptops with the proprietary Apple M3 processor. Both devices are expected to be officially presented to the general public at the end of March.

    Image source: 9to5mac.com

Image source: 9to5mac.com

In previous publications, Gurman wrote that Apple has a new iPad Pro with OLED display, an iPad Air with improved specifications, a 12.9-inch iPad Air and a new generation of 13- and 15-inch MacBook Airs with M3 processors will introduce march. . Since Apple didn’t release any new tablets last year, the entire device line is expected to be updated in 2024, with the manufacturer releasing the iPad Pro and iPad Air in March.

It was also previously reported that the launch of the iPad Pro will be accompanied by the release of new accessories, such as the Magic Keyboard in an aluminum case. In the code of iOS 17.4 there were indications that the iPad Pro will receive a front camera in landscape orientation. However, the most noticeable innovation will be the appearance of OLED displays, which will allow Apple tablets to display a brighter and higher-contrast image and also slightly increase their autonomy.

No major design changes are expected for the new MacBook Air. Instead, Apple will equip the laptops with M3 chips, which debuted in the 14-inch MacBook Pro last year. The manufacturer is expected to simultaneously update the 13- and 15-inch MacBook Air with M3 chips, although the M2-based versions of these laptops were released within a year of each other.

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