New iPad Air, iPad Pro (OLED), and MacBook Air will be released around the end of March 2024


Usually according to insiders Bloomberg journalist Mark Gorman The new versions of iPad Air, iPad Pro, and MacBook Air will be released around the end of March 2024. Production of new iPad Pro models is now well underway and at least the new 13-inch MacBook Air. If you’re considering purchasing one of these products, it’s worth being aware of the upcoming changes Apple will make. Here’s what to expect.

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iPad Air

The next generation iPad Air will be offered in two screen sizes: 10.9 inches and 12.9 inches. In both cases it will be an LCD screen. Under the hood we find the Apple M2 for better performance, Wi-Fi 6E support, Bluetooth 5.3, and a new camera. The design remains almost unchanged, thanks 91mobiles We can show you some sketches of the larger model. The latest iPad Air upgrade was launched in March 2022.

iPad Pro

Apple wants to equip the new iPad Pro with an OLED screen for the first time. Two versions are expected: 11 and 13 inches. Switching to OLED offers many advantages, including a higher contrast ratio thanks to control of individual pixels and lower power consumption. ProMotion on the current iPad Pro has a variable refresh rate between 24Hz and 120Hz, but switching to OLED will likely allow for a lower refresh rate to extend battery life. iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro models can have a refresh rate of up to 1Hz in always-on mode.

Under the hood, we’ll likely find an Apple M3 for better performance, and there’s also talk of wireless charging via MagSafe and a new Magic Keyboard with a larger trackpad and aluminum casing. The camera bump may also change due to the introduction of the new camera sensor. Current iPad Pro models with the M2 chip were released in October 2022.

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MacBook Air

Several MacBook Air models with the Apple M3 chip are expected to debut in 2024. These models will be released simultaneously this year. The new MacBook Air will support Wi-Fi 6E, hardware ray tracing, and grid shading to improve graphics performance in games. Currently, the 14-inch MacBook Pro, 16-inch MacBook Pro, and 24-inch iMac are powered by the M3. The design reportedly remains unchanged. The last upgrade of the 13-inch model was released on July 22, and the first 15-inch model was released in June 2023.

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