iPad 10th Gen Review

The new iPad 10th Gen has the most significant redesign in years. The standard iPad from Apple has a 10.9-inch screen, USB-C, a fingerprint reader included in the sleep/wake button, and a selfie camera that can be rotated to take pictures in landscape mode. Although the iPad (10th generation) is positioned as a value product, its starting price of  $449/€579 positions it squarely in the luxury category.

Since Apple unveiled the next iPad, we have received several inquiries from readers. The newest iPad, the iPad 10, is available for pre-order now and will hit shelves on October 28. 

iPad 10th Gen Is Now Available To Pre-Order

iPad 10th Gen is available for pre-order via Apple’s online shop. New iPads are available in a variety of colors, including red, yellow, blue, and white. The iPad comes in two beautiful colors: silver, for a more subdued look, and blue, which is stunning. In addition to the original black iPad, there is now a pink one that is sure to grab everyone’s attention, as well as a new yellow iPad.

The iPad 10th Gen’s display is 10.9 inches in size and has a Liquid Retina display that can reach up to 500 nits in brightness and supports True Tone technology. No unsightly bezels or borders surround this panel, making it an edge-to-edge display. The iPad Pro, iPad Air, and iPad mini all have the same aesthetic. There is no physical home button for Touch ID on the bottom of the screen on the newest iPad.

Apple, on the other hand, has placed the fingerprint sensor in the tablet us power button, which is located on the top left. Touch ID may be used to unlock the iPad Air’s power button. The A14 Bionic is the brains of the new iPad. The iPhone 12 also uses this processor. Although the A14 is not quite as powerful as the A15, it should still be able to handle many everyday tasks, from composing a paper on Google Docs to playing NBA 2K23.