14-inch iPad Pro: Release, price, specs, rumors

Apple is rumored to be releasing a 14-inch iPad Pro, adding to its already extensive range of iPads. While there is no definitive indication of when the 14-inch iPad Pro will arrive, or indeed whether it will launch at all, rumors suggest it could be released in November 2023 or April 2024. Ross Young, an expert in device displays, claimed in 2022 that a 14.1-inch iPad Pro model was in development, and that “early 2023” was a likely release schedule. However, most other rumors now tentatively point towards some time in 2024.

As for the price, there has been no confirmation from Apple about the 14-inch Pro, so we don’t have a price at the moment. But, as this is Apple we’re talking about, and the 14-inch iPad Pro would most likely be the top of the tree, it’s likely to cost a fair bit. A new 14-inch version would obviously sit above the $1,099/£1,249 price point occupied by the 12.9-inch Wi-Fi model. Apple tends to move up by units of 100, and there are 300 between the base 11-inch and 12.9-inch models. So it seems reasonable to speculate that the 14-inch iPad Pro will start at $1,399/£1,529 or thereabouts.

According to Ross Young, the 14-inch iPad Pro will feature a mini-LED display just like the current 12.9-inch iPad Pro. But in a later tweet, he posted that the larger iPad would instead have a standard LED panel as on the 11-inch iPad Pro, citing cost as a possible reason. However, it’s also been reported that Apple is planning to move the entire iPad line to OLED by 2024, which would presumably include the new 14-inch model. And finally, Apple is reportedly working on its own micro-LED displays that could also make their way into a new larger iPad.

While there are plenty of rumors and speculation flying around, there are not many solid facts just yet. We’ll update this article as more details appear, so check back regularly to see what we dig up. In the meantime, we’ve rounded up the best deals on iPad Pros so you can always get one now rather than waiting.


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