Apple envisions iPads with even bigger screens

The 12.9-inch iPad Pro is currently Apple’s tablet offering the largest screen diagonal (and incidentally the best quality) of the brand’s entire range. But, this product may lose its crown in future. According to the latest information discovered by Mark Gurman of bloombergEngineers and designers from the Cupertino company are exploring the possibility of equipping the iPad with an even bigger screen. Sources speak of 14 or 16 inches, the two screen sizes of the MacBook Pros that Apple is rumored to be releasing by the end of this year.

iPad “giants” of the future, they won’t be expected until at least 2023, explains bloomberg. Meanwhile, Apple is expected to launch a new version of the iPad in 2022. Featuring a new design with glass back and MagSafe technology, the device will be compatible with wireless charging and even reverse charging for charging other products.

Apple won’t be the only company considering releasing a larger tablet. Samsung reportedly has similar plans for the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra which will be equipped with a 14.6-inch panel, recalls the site phoneandroid.

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