Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reported that Apple will likely hold a separate unveiling event for the iPad lineup.
Gurman explained that Apple will not be showing any new iPad models during the “Wonderlust” event in September. In the month of absence, Gurman said an update to the non-iPad Pro models was likely in October. He also mentioned that the iPad Pro will have a separate event in 2024.
In October, the iPad Air will be the best candidate, with better specifications for the model coming “soon”. The lack of an iPad presentation might disappoint some fans, and it’s expected that the M3-powered MacBooks won’t show up at all this year.
However, September’s “Wonderlust” event may focus solely on the upcoming iPhone 15 series. There are still rumors of a more expensive “Ultra” model as well as higher prices for the Pro Max variant. Those interested can follow the event on YouTube and Apple TV.