Apple unveiled the latest iPad Pro 2021 on April 20. While pre-orders are expected to begin on April 30, the company has yet to provide an exact launch date for the expected tablet. However, a recent leak could have given us a clue as to when the tablet will be released: 22nd of May. Jon Prosser, the leaker, is responsible for this. He has news from various sources indicating that both tablets would be available at that time. This will correspond to Apple’s assertion that the tablet would be available in the second half of May. On April 30, we will hear an official announcement about the iPad Pro 2021 launch date.
Prosser’s dataset is a little strange. The 11-inch iPad Pro is expected to be released on Saturday, May 22. The larger 12.9-inch model, on the other hand, will go on sale a day earlier, on Friday, May 21. This is something we haven’t seen Apple do before with previous iPad releases. Both models will be available for purchase at the same time. That may indicate that Prosser’s information is flawed. Although Prosser admits that this is a strange situation.
In the past, Prosser has been mistaken about Apple releases. On other occasions, however, we’ve seen him provide accurate details. Due to this reason, don’t take this leaked information at face value. It’s also worth noting that the ongoing chipset shortage could affect the new iPad Pro 2021, according to some reports. It affects several areas of consumer technology.
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