This year, Apple is anticipated to release a new entry-level 10th Gen iPad. It has a USB Type-C connection and is rumored to be powered by Apple’s A14 processor. Along with its new iPhone models, Apple regularly unveils its iPad portfolio in September. According to reports, the company may introduce two iPad Pro versions in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes as well as a new entry-level iPad model to replace the current 9th-generation iPad model, which was introduced in September of last year.
Now, it is anticipated that the next 10th Gen iPad will provide significant improvements over the 9th-generation iPad.
Along with a new camera design and a flat-edge chassis, the list also features a USB-Type C connector. Here is what we currently know about the impending iPad for entry-level users.
10th Gen iPad Will Have A New Design
Recently, MySmartPrice obtained the CAD renderings of the impending 10th-generation iPad. According to the leaked CAD renderings, the front of the forthcoming iPad model will resemble that of the current 9th-generation iPad quite a bit. As a result, the top and bottom bezels will be broad while the sides will have tiny bezels.
The bottom bezel will contain the Touch ID-enabled power button, while the top bezel will house a front-facing camera and other sensors. On the other hand, FaceID is expected to be included in the next iPad Pro. The 10th Gen iPad model is anticipated to contain a camera module that includes both an LED flash and a single back camera in terms of design. This is a significant difference from the 9th generation iPad’s design. It is also anticipated to have a flatter chassis and curved edges.