With the launch of the iPad Pro in 2018, Apple first introduced the USB-C port on an iOS-managed device. Thanks to the introduction of the USB-C port the possibilities of the iPad Pro were increased so much that they lead to consider this iPad model as the ideal substitute for a laptop, as long as you add a bluetooth keyboard and mouse.
Rumors that the iPhone changes the current lighting connected to a USB-C connection have been constant since Apple implemented it in the 2018 iPad Pro, however, it seems that the next iOS device that integrates this connection will be the iPad Air, according to the Japanese media Mac Otakara.
Mac Otakara states that citing sources from Chinese suppliers, the next generation of iPad Air, the one that is on the way between the iPad and the iPad Pro, will implement a USB-C port in the next generation that Apple launches to the market and will show us a design very similar to what we can currently find on the 11-inch iPad Pro.
Earlier this year, various rumors suggested that Apple was working on an 11-inch iPad Air that could hit the market in the second half of 2020. Ming-Chi Kuo recently claimed that Apple was working on a 10.8-inch iPad , not to mention that it is an Air model, so this information only confirms Apple’s intentions.
Much is being said about the displays with mini-LED technology, some displays that initially will only be available on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, although some rumors have begun to expand the number of devices that will enjoy the quality of this new time. of screens on which Apple in recent years.