After the frenzy two weeks ago at Apple’s Far Out event, the expectation has now shifted to the new iPads and Macs with M2, without losing sight of the new HomePods, Apple TV and, who knows. , some previews on the expected Apple Reality viewer . Now that the next Cupertino house event is approaching (rumored in October), some information is starting to leak right on iPads. Apple is expected to introduce the new 12.9-inch (6th generation) and 11-inch (4th generation) iPad Pro with the M2 processor, as well as a revamped 10th generation iPad with USB-C and 5G connectivity. The first two tablets have – briefly – appeared on the Logitech site, in the page reserved for the Crayon digital pencil. As you can see from the screenshot above, Logitech has included the new iPad Pro 12.9″ 6th Gen and iPad Pro 11″ 4th Gen in its list of compatible devices with its stylus, marking them as coming soon. . The page was later updated and if you go check now they no longer appear. It is not uncommon for a new device to appear in the web pages of a third-party accessory, it usually happens for example for smartphone cases, but in this case the situation is slightly different. Indeed, Crayon is a digital stylus built in close collaboration with Apple and in fact, it’s the only third party to offer the same iPadOS functionality as the original Apple Pencil (but without pressure sensitivity). This implies that Logitech certainly has first-hand information on the new iPad Pro, which however has been careful not to share, and it is also not excluded that it is working on a new version of the Crayon without the Lighning port.