Many rumours indicate that Apple will introduce a new generation of iPad Pro tablets as early as next month. One of the device’s main features should be the new Apple A14X chipset, the existence of which has today been confirmed by the source codes of iOS 14.5. According to the publication 9to5mac, which discovered its mentions in the fifth beta version of the firmware, the chip has a codename “13G”, which is not currently used in any of the brand’s devices. It turns out that the A14X is based on the T8103, Apple’s up-and-coming M1 chip that powers the recent MacBook Airs. This is corroborated by a recent Bloomberg report, which spoke of “an updated iPad Pro chip that rivals the M1.” The iPad Pro with a 12.9 “mini-LED display is expected to be announced in April.