Apple suppliers abroad are ramping up production of new iPads, Mark Gurman reported Bloomberg. The launch is planned for early May. According to sources, the focus will be on updated versions of the iPad Pro and iPad Air.

As previously reported, the iPad Pro will see significant changes, with an OLED screen, updated design, M3 chip and a revamped Magic Keyboard accessory. This places it as the top tier model. Meanwhile, the iPad Air, available in 10.9-inch and 12.9-inch sizes with an M2 processor, offers a marked improvement over the standard iPad.

The iPad Pro models, codenamed J717, J718, J720 and J721, will work with the new M3 chip and come with redesigned versions of the Magic Keyboard and the Apple Pencil. This is the first major reform since 2018.

As for the iPad Air, last updated in 2022 with the M1 chip, it will receive a new processor. The 12.9-inch screen option offers a larger iPad at a lower price compared to the more premium Pro model.

Gurman reports that Apple has delayed the launch, originally planned for late March or early April, due to software completion and the complexity of screen manufacturing. Apple aims to revive demand for tablets with its latest models, incorporating faster chips and redesigned accessories, after about 18 months since the last iPad updates.

An early May release precedes Apple's upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference on June 10, where the company will unveil future software updates, including iPadOS 18, macOS 18, watchOS 11, tvOS 18 and the Vision Pro headset.

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