Apple will allegedly launch its 10.2-inch iPad by the end of the third quarter of this year. If the allegations are true, the new iPads will be available in September or October.
Apple is expected to release a new 10.2-inch iPad that will replace the entry-level 9.7-inch iPad later this year. The Taiwanese news site DigiTimes has now claimed that this iPad will be released later in the third quarter of the year.
If the claim is true, the 10.2-inch iPad will be launched later this year in late September. This shows that the device will be able to come out with the new iPhones at Apple’s usual September event. iPad versions were released on October 2012, 2014 and 2018, but Apple introduced the iPad Pro and iPad mini 4 at the September 2015 event. So September is not unusual for the release of iPads.
We cannot say that DigiTimes’s claims are very consistent. It is even worth mentioning that this resource has a very unreliable track record regarding the timing of Apple products. For example, just this week, DigiTimes published a report stating that the 16-inch MacBook Pro will be released in September, but another report released during this week also claims that the 16-inch MacBook Pro will be launched in October.
Nevertheless, these allegations are not entirely wrong. Apple will launch a 10.2-inch iPad later this year, according to respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. When we look at the design, the 10.2-inch iPad will probably come up with narrower frames.
Assuming Apple launches new iPhones and Apple Watches in September, it may launch the 16-inch Macbook Pro, 10.2-inch iPad and iPad Pro models in October, but it’s worth remembering that Apple always has the potential to surprise. .