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Next-gen iPad Pro with OLED display to be significantly thinner

Wednesday February 21, 2024. 09:18 PM , from Mac Daily News
Apple’s current M2 iPad Pro delivers a powerful and unique iPad experience that continues to be in a class of its own.
9to5Mac’s sources have now shared more details about what to expect from Apple’s plans for the iPad in 2024, which include not only a larger iPad Air, but also a thinner iPad Pro.
Filipe Espósito for 9to5Mac:


[T]his will be the first time Apple will offer the iPad Air in two different sizes. And according to our sources, this larger iPad Air will have essentially the same dimensions as the current 12.9-inch iPad Pro, suggesting that the screen size will also be almost identical. The smaller iPad Air is unlikely to have any significant design changes.
The reason why the new iPad Pro will get thinner is the rumored OLED display, which has fewer layers than the LCD display. You can check the estimated dimensions below:
• 11-inch iPad Pro (current): 247.6 mm x 178.5 mm x 5.9 mm
• 11-inch iPad Pro (new): 249.7 mm x 177.5 mm x 5.1 mm
• 12.9-inch iPad Pro (current): 280.6 mm x 214.9 mm x 6.4 mm
• 12.9-inch iPad Pro (new): 281.5 mm x 215.5 mm x 5.0 mm
• 12.9-inch iPad Air (new): 280.6 mm x 214.9 mm x 6.0 mm


MacDailyNews Take: We’re getting ever closer to that magical sheet of glass that Steve Jobs envisioned!

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