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Apple's new 2021 iPad Pro with Mini LED display should launch in April

Apple's next-gen 2021 iPad Pro with its debut of Mini LED display technology rumored to launch in April, 5G model drops in May.

Published Tue, Apr 6 2021 7:40 PM CDT   |   Updated Mon, May 3 2021 11:37 PM CDT

Apple is poised to launch its next-gen 2021 iPad Pro in the coming weeks, with the introduction of exciting new Mini LED display technology.

Apple's new 2021 iPad Pro with Mini LED display should launch in April 10 |

According to new rumors the 2021 iPad Pro will be launched in mid-April, so just a week or so away from now with the Wi-Fi only model launching first and a 5G-capable iPad Pro launching in the weeks after. The new leaks are coming from leaker 'Kang' who says the Wi-Fi only 2021 iPad Pro launches in mid-April, 5G-powered one in the weeks after.

We are to expect Apple's next-gen A14X processor inside of the new 2021 iPad Pro, with the aesthetics and design of the new 2021 iPad Pro expected to be the same as previous-gen iPad Pro models, all of the new goodies will be inside. The new Mini LED display will be the big point here with the 2021 iPad Pro, but we should have camera upgrades, speakers upgrades, slimmer bezels and a few other tweaks like usual from Apple.

There are rumors that Apple will use Thunderbolt connectivity on the new 2021 iPad Pro over USB-C, but we'll have to wait and see what Apple does there over the coming weeks as they reveal their new iPad Pro family of tablets.

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