Apple’s new iPad Pro and iPad Air are coming a little later than anticipated.

In early March, we’ve seen reports that Apple is about to launch new iPads and MacBooks, but only the latter part actually happened, with the company launching two new MacBook Air devices.

Now, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman claims that Apple is planning to launch new iPad Pro and new iPad Air devices in “early May.”

According to the report, the new iPad Pro models will come with OLED displays, and the iPad Air will appear in a 12.9-inch version for the first time (currently, iPad Air is only available with a 10.9-inch display).

It may not feel this way given how busy Apple özgü been (the company launched the Vision Pro mixed reality headset in February, and it followed up with new MacBook Air devices in March), but we haven’t seen new iPads in ages. The iPad Pro was last refreshed in October 2022, and the iPad Air got an update in March 2022.

The new iPad Pro and iPad Air are also likely to come with faster chips and improved accessories, including a new Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil for the iPad Pro.

Earlier reports said that the new iPad Pro models will be thinner than current models, and that they’ll be available with a matte screen option.

Gurman claims that Apple actually did plan to unveil new iPads in March, but the company delayed the launch due to the manufacturing complexity of the new screens, as well as some delays on the software side.