Apple U.S. 2021 iPad Pro shipments delayed by weeks

Bloomberg Mark Gurman reported that Apple plans to announce the launch of the new 2022 iPad Pro with the M2 chip on Tuesday. Gurman also pointed out that most of the 2021 iPad Pro models are currently sold out and out of stock at many Apple Stores in the United States.

By looking at Apple's US website, deliveries for most iPad Pro models have also been delayed by 1 to 2 weeks. Some specific configurations have pushed deliveries to November. This heralds the imminent release of a new generation of iPad Pro.

Mark Gurman recently said that Apple iPadOS 16.1 (which will be the first version of iPadOS 16) will be available to the public the week of October 24th. According to reports, Apple is preparing for the official launch of the new iPad and then releasing a software update to all iPad users.

The revelations show that the new iPad Pro in 2022 will continue to use 11-inch and 12.9-inch screens, and the upgrade will use the M2 chip, which is about 20% faster than the M1. Other major hardware changes will be minor, and there will be no major exterior design changes.

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