The iPad Pro 2021 entered the market in May last year. Then at the end of last December, it was reported that Apple has started preparations to launch their next-generation iPad Pro series tablets. In that case, information about the iPad Pro 2022 has come out from a new report. That said, Apple plans to redesign the tabs to use the company’s own wireless charging solution, MagSafe, in the upcoming iPad Pro series.
Apple iPad Pro 2022 may come with MagSafe wireless charging support
Apple’s MagSafe charging solution is designed for fast and secure wireless charging on the iPhone. This system is capable of optimizing charging by providing maximum power up to 15 watts for fast wireless charging. However, connecting MagSafe Wireless Charging to the iPad is not an easy task at all. This is because the iPad Pro tabs currently on the market have aluminum panels on the back. But the back panel must be made of glass to conduct electricity for wireless charging.
However, according to a report from 9to5Mac, Apple has found a clever solution to this problem. That being said, the upcoming iPad Pro 2022 tablet will also have the same aluminum back case design as the predecessor, but the ever-familiar Apple logo in the middle will now be made of glass. The logo is expected to be enlarged to include the magnetic contact pads used to conduct electricity.
The report further claims that Apple is already building prototypes of the iPad Pro, using a large glass Apple logo for MagSafe wireless charging and will also use powerful magnets to prevent accidents.
On the other hand, in addition to adding wireless charging. The iPad Pro 2022 tablet may have the traditional Apple Notch design. As seen in the iPhone 13 Pro. Some renders of upcoming iPads have already been released. From which it is known that it may have a relatively narrow bezel. The rounded corners and a notch in the middle above the display. From the renders, the design of the back panel of the iPad Pro 2022 tab has also come to the fore As seen in the render, the Apple logo has been enlarged and the upcoming iPad may also have a diagonal camera module similar to the iPhone 13 Pro phone.