The best kind of drama starts with iOS and Android. That’s why our ears have come together lately To turn on in the newsletter Bloomberg on weekends. A report by writer Mark Gurman suggests that Apple will come directly to Google with the iPad built in, as was recently teased. Pixel tablet.
According to Gurman, Apple is working to bring “similar functionality” to the Pixel tablet to the iPad next year. “The idea is to offer something that users can place on their kitchen table, living room or nightstand,” Gurman writes, which seems to be in direct competition with the idea Google touted just two weeks ago. Apple may be working on a separate accessory to work with existing iPad devices. This would be a low-fuss way to convert existing users to Apple’s smart home ecosystem.
It is not difficult to imagine that the company could implement this plan. Sometimes, Apple holds an event in early spring that may include an update to the iPad lineup — it just reintroduced the iPad Air. March never announced iPhone SE. With noise behind the new The standard of communication of matter and a wave of devices launching with support this winter, it’s the right opportunity for Apple to claim its stake in the smart home with a device already in the crowd. It’s also a way to join the race, even as the company is working on a capable successor to the HomePod.
Google is still up in the air when it plans to launch its Pixel tablet. We were left scratching our heads when we saw that the company had changed some of its Android tablet marketing. It’s billed as a detachable smart home controller, rather than the kind of work ethos adopted by other Android tablet makers like Samsung and Lenovo — and it’s also behind the iPad Pro. We know that Google is planning to release the Pixel tablet in 2023. The exact date remains unknown.
Gurman’s report details other Apple hardware expected on the horizon. For example, the updated iPad Pro with the M2 processor. This would be the first significant update to the Pro line iPad Pro With the M1 processor released in 2021, however, the new chip is expected to be only 20% higher than the last generation. Apple is also expected to release an entry-level iPad. It pairs nicely with a separate speaker dock for those looking to tap into Apple’s smart home ecosystem, but it uses the A14 Bionic chip instead of the more powerful M series.