The new iPad Pro OLED will be even thinner

Apple is preparing a significant update for its iPad Air and iPad Pro lines for March, with the new iPad Pro models notable for their considerable reduction in thickness, according to information shared by 9to5Mac. Sources close to Apple’s plans indicate that the largest version will be more than 1 mm thinner than current models.

Innovation in design and technology

The current 12.9-inch iPad Pro is 6.4 mm thick, but the new model promises to be reduced to 5 mm. As for the 11-inch iPad Pro, which currently measures 5.9mm thick, the updated version is expected to reach 5.1mm. Both tablets could experience a slight increase in their overall dimensions.

Apple redefines display technology with the new iPad Pro OLED, promising an experience unprecedented in the industry.

Specifications of the new models

Current 11-inch iPad Pro: 247.6 mm x 178.5 mm x 5.9 mm New 11-inch iPad Pro: 249.7 mm x 177.5 mm x 5.1 mm Current 12.9-inch iPad Pro: 280.6 mm x 214.9 mm x 6.4 mm New 13-inch iPad Pro inches: 281.5mm x 215.5mm x 5.0mm

The transition to OLED

This notable slimming suggests a significant change in design, made possible by the biggest upgrade: OLED display technology. OLED screens are thinner than LCD screens, allowing Apple to reduce the thickness of its tablets.

Expansion of the iPad Air line

Along with the iPad Pro, Apple plans to introduce two new iPad Air models, including a 12.9-inch version for the first time. This new larger iPad Air will have almost identical dimensions to the current iPad Pro, but will be slightly thicker because it will still use an LCD screen.

M3 Chip Technology in All New iPads

All new iPads are expected to feature Apple’s M3 chip technology, first introduced last year in updated MacBook Pro models. Although details about an event have not yet been specified, a presentation is anticipated towards the end of March or early April.

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