Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman is no stranger to good information in the Apple space. In his Power-On newsletter he now talks about the Cupertino-based company presenting an iPad Pro with an M2 chip between September and November of this year.
Gurman backs up his claim by saying that Apple last gave the iPad Pro a major update in 2018, 1.5 years after iPad Pro 10.5 was introduced. If Apple sticks with this approach, there would be the same amount of time between the M2 iPad Pro and the latest model with the M1. Also, the distance between Air and Pro needs to be restored as Air now also has an M1 chip.
To be honest, I wonder how far Apple wants to go with the iPad. Currently there is not much (if any) that drains the computing power of the current generation. It would be better if Apple continued to refine iPadOS and finally allow things like profiles etc.