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Stay Tuned: May Brings the Long-Awaited Arrival of New iPads!

New iPads

In the ever-changing world of technology, people are always excited about the next big thing from big companies like Apple. But if you’re waiting for the new iPads, you’ll have to wait a bit longer than expected. Originally, they were supposed to come out late this month or early April, but now they’ll be hitting the shelves a little later.

iPads Delayed Again:

There were lots of rumors about the new iPads, especially the highly awaited Air and Pro models. But Apple, based in Cupertino, recently announced that they’re delaying the release. This means more waiting, especially since last year, they didn’t release any new models for their tablets. So, the iPad Pro and Air from 2022 have gone the longest without updates, with the Air still using the old M1 chip.

May Release Confirmed: According to what Mark Gurman from Bloomberg shared, the new iPads are now set to come out in May. The delay happened because they needed more time to finish the software and deal with issues in making the screens. But suppliers from other countries are speeding up production, so the wait shouldn’t be too much longer for eager customers.

What’s Coming: The upcoming iPad Pro, which will have an OLED display, is expected to come in four versions, called J717, J718, J720, and J721. This version promises big improvements since it last came out in 2018, like a faster M3 chip, MagSafe technology, and sleeker designs. Also, the sixth-generation iPad Air will come in 10.9 and 12.9-inch sizes, with the M2 chip. With these upgrades, Apple hopes to get more people interested in their tablets again and reverse the trend of fewer sales.

Even though you have to wait longer for the new iPads, the promise of awesome technology and better features will make it worth it. As Apple keeps improving its products, we can look forward to getting more done and being more creative with these new releases.

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