iPadOS 17 confirms a new display

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According to rumors, the next generation iPad Pro is expected to be equipped with OLED displays for the first time – and the first iPadOS 17.5 beta seems to confirm this.
New iPad Pro to feature OLED displays As we dig into the code of the iPadOS 17.5 beta, which was released to developers last week, we find more references to unreleased iPads.
A new Apple Pencil is also on the way We reported earlier this month about a new “squeeze” gesture for Apple Pencil found in the iPadOS 17.5 beta code.
9to5Mac has now found even more evidence of a new generation Apple Pencil.
In addition to the “squeeze” gesture, there are also two other new gestures: “LongSqueeze” and “DoubleSqueeze.” Apple Pencil 2 only supports a double-tap gesture and has no pressure sensors on its surface, which suggests that these gestures are intended for an unreleased Apple Pencil model.
In January, 9to5Mac reported on iPadOS 17.4 code hinting at a new Apple Pencil with Find My support.
Currently there’s no Apple Pencil model that can be tracked using the app.
According to Bloomberg, Apple plans to introduce both the new iPad Pro and iPad Air, as well as a redesigned Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil 3 in the second week of May.

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Since the company’s most recent iPad introduction in October 2022, Apple has been working on new models for a while. Rumor has it that OLED displays will be seen on the upcoming iPad Pro for the first time, and the first iPadOS 17.5 beta appears to support this theory.

OLED screens will be included in the upcoming iPad Pro.

More allusions to unreleased iPads can be found when we examine the code of the iPadOS 17.5 beta, which was made available to developers last week. This time, the allusions support a fresh approach to display technology for a few of the anticipated upcoming iPad models.

Four new iPad models have new display firmware that 9to5Mac has discovered.

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iPad 16, 4.

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iPad 16, 6.

The upcoming iPad Pro is expected to come in two sizes with Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity. These are the identifiers of the device, according to our analysis. These iPads, according to the firmware, appear to have OLED screens, and it also confirms that the 11-inch and 12 point 9-inch models will come from different suppliers.

According to a recent DSCC report, manufacturing issues with the new screens may be the reason behind the delay in the release of the new iPads. It is anticipated that LG will manufacture all 12-point-9-inch OLED panels, while Samsung and LG will produce 11-inch panels.

There will also soon be a new Apple Pencil.

A new “squeeze” motion for the Apple Pencil was discovered in the iPadOS 17.5 beta code, as we previously reported this month. More evidence of a new generation Apple Pencil has now been discovered by 9to5Mac.

“LongSqueeze” and “DoubleSqueeze” are two additional new gestures in addition to the “squeeze” gesture. The fact that the Apple Pencil 2 only has a double-tap gesture supported and no pressure sensors on its surface suggests that these gestures are meant for an upcoming Apple Pencil model.

A new Apple Pencil with Find My support may be hinted at by iPadOS 17.4 code, according to a January 9to5Mac article. There isn’t an Apple Pencil model available right now that the app can track.

Reportedly, Apple intends to unveil the redesigned Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil 3, along with the new iPad Pro and iPad Air, during the second week of May, according to Bloomberg.

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