Hardware iPad Air 2024 design refresh


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Staff Member
Jan 8, 2011
According to multiple reports, including Bloomberg, Apple will introduce a new 12.9-inch iPad Air model this year. This will mark the first time that the iPad Air is available in two display sizes, modeling the same bifurcation as the iPad Pro lineup. The 12.9-inch iPad Air will use the same LCD screen technology as the 10.9-inch model.
The new camera bump will purportedly feature a vertically-oriented design, reminiscent of iPhone camera designs from a few years ago, such as the iPhone X. The camera and the flash are both housed in the same camera bump, increasing the size of the protrusion. Currently, the iPad Air does not feature camera flash.
As reported by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the new Magic Keyboard will be exclusive to the iPad Pro lineup. The iPad Air lineup – including both the 10.9-inch and 12.9-inch models – will work with the current Magic Keyboard. This is essentially Apple’s way of giving users another reason to opt for the more expensive iPad Pro.


Level 27
Aug 17, 2017
In his Power On newsletter today, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman outlined some of the new products he expects Apple to announce at its "Let Loose" event on May 7. First, Gurman now believes there is a "strong possibility" that the upcoming iPad Pro models will be equipped with Apple's next-generation M4 chip, rather than the M3 chip that debuted in the MacBook Pro and iMac six months ago. He said a key new feature of the M4 chip will be an upgraded Neural Engine that boosts performance for AI tasks, and he believes Apple will market the next iPad Pro as an AI-powered device.

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