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      iPad Pro : cette rumeur « IA » que personne n’a vu venir

      news.movim.eu / JournalDuGeek · Monday, 29 April - 13:11

    Apple Ipad Pro 2022

    Lors de son prochain événement consacré à l'iPad, Apple pourrait dévoiler une puce M4. Et la firme de Cupertino aurait une très bonne de le faire : booster les performances d'IA.
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      iPad Pro & Air : gros changements à venir sur les écrans ?

      news.movim.eu / JournalDuGeek · Thursday, 25 April - 08:56

    Apple Ipad Air Rumeurs

    Apple serait sur le point de changer sa technologie d'écran pour sa prochaine génération d'iPad Air et Pro ?
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      Apple’s next product event happens on May 7, and it’s probably iPads

      news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Tuesday, 23 April - 15:24

    Apple’s next product event happens on May 7, and it’s probably iPads

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    Apple is going to announce some new things on Tuesday, May 7, at 10 am Eastern, according to an invitation the company sent out to members of the press ( and posted to its website ) this morning.

    The name Apple has given the event (“Let Loose”) doesn’t tell us much about what the company might announce, but the art does: It’s a hand holding an Apple Pencil, which almost certainly means the event will be iPad-focused.

    Apple has reportedly been on the cusp of releasing new iPads since late March, and the rumor mill has already delivered most of the key details . The headliner is likely to be a pair of new iPad Pros with M3 chips, OLED displays, slightly larger screens, and refined designs. Riding shotgun will be a refreshed 10.9-inch iPad Air with an M2 chip, plus a brand-new 12.9-inch Air meant to give large-screened iPad fans an option that doesn’t cost as much as the iPad Pro.

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      De nouveaux iPad Pro et iPad Air avant l’été chez Apple ?

      news.movim.eu / JournalDuGeek · Monday, 8 April - 09:33

    Ipad Pro 01net

    Apple serait en train de développer de nouveaux modèles d'iPad Pro et d'iPad Air. Ils pourraient sortir avant l'été.
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      Report: Redesigned M3 iPad Pros, large-screened iPad Air now expected in May

      news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Friday, 29 March - 17:30 · 1 minute

    The M2 iPad Pro. The updated version will come with refined designs and new accessories.

    Enlarge / The M2 iPad Pro. The updated version will come with refined designs and new accessories. (credit: Apple)

    If you've been waiting for new iPads to come out, prepare to wait just a little longer: Bloomberg's Mark Gurman says that redesigned iPad Pros with Apple's M3 chip, plus refreshed iPad Air models with the M2 and a larger-screened option, should now arrive sometime in "early May." Gurman had previously reported that new iPads could arrive in March or April, not long after the updated M3 MacBook Airs.

    Gurman suggests that "complex new manufacturing techniques" for the new iPad screens have "contributed to the delay," and that Apple is also "working to finish software for the devices."

    The details of what the new iPads will look like hasn't changed. The new iPad Pro models will shift to using OLED display panels for the first time and will have their designs tweaked for the first time since the 2018 iPad Pros introduced the current rounded, slim-bezeled look. Those new iPad Pros will also come with redesigned Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil accessories, though it's unclear whether those accessories will be totally rethought or if they'll just tweak existing designs to work with the new tablets.

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      Apple : les iPad Pro M3 et iPad Air 6 attendus pour le mois de mai

      news.movim.eu / JournalDuGeek · Friday, 29 March - 12:36

    Apple Ipados 17 Lock Screen Astronomy

    Les nouveaux iPad se font attendre et devraient finalement arriver en mai. Apple prend le temps avant de lancer une nouvelle génération prometteuse.
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      Un nouveau produit Apple lancé avant la fin du mois ?

      news.movim.eu / JournalDuGeek · Tuesday, 19 March - 08:54

    Ipad Pro Oled

    Apple pourrait lancer un iPad Pro OLED d'ici à la fin du mois de mars pour une commercialisation début avril.
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      New iPads may be coming soon, but they won’t change the awkward spot the iPad is in

      news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Tuesday, 12 March - 19:29 · 1 minute

    Apple's $329 9th-gen iPad is over 2 years old and the last model to use Lightning or the old Apple Pencil.

    Enlarge / Apple's $329 9th-gen iPad is over 2 years old and the last model to use Lightning or the old Apple Pencil. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

    After leaving the iPad lineup untouched for the entirety of 2023, Apple is reportedly preparing to overhaul all of its tablets within the next few weeks, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman . We should see major iPad Pro and iPad Air refreshes "around the end of March or in April," says Gurman, along with a special build of iOS 17.4 that adds support for the new hardware.

    We'll talk about the specifics of these iPad rumors momentarily, but reading about them got me thinking about what it would take to make me consider an upgrade for either of the iPads currently rolling around my house—a 3rd-generation iPad Air that is currently used mostly for watching Octonauts and assembling Super Mario Lego sets , and a 5th-generation M1 Air that I use mostly for reading and browsing.

    At least for me, the answer isn't "new hardware." After a brief stint a few years ago using the iPad as a focused writing device, I've mostly relegated it to tablet-y content consumption, leaving behind the cottage industry of enthusiasts who keep trying to come up with workarounds to make the iPad into a Mac. To replace an iPad at this point, I would either need one of them to break or for Apple to dramatically change what the high-end iPads are capable of.

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