Apple’s latest colorful iPad was introduced not too long ago and we know right now why it doesn’t support the second-generation Apple Pencil. It was a surprise that when Apple launched a new model of Tablet, it was not compatible with the latest model of Apple Pencil. taking into account that it seems, in this way, that the American company is still recycling old materials. I think that few people will buy this iPad having this “defect” even if it has many colors and some other novelty. Let’s find out why it is not supported.

The reason, at this moment, we know thanks to the specialized people who work or collaborate with iFixit. That Web that manages to do the impossible. They are capable of disassembling any Apple device and the best thing is that they later reassemble it without any extra parts or screws. When they have plenty, it is because Apple wanted to create a device that does not fall apart. We have a video in which you can see the disassembly of Apple’s new 10th generation iPad, and with that we can appreciate the internal part of the iPad a little better and why one of the most interesting questions of these months: Why the device lacks support for the second generation Apple Pencil.

As we start watching the video, we see how the teardown reveals the internal layout of the iPad, including its 7,606 mAh dual-cell battery. We appreciate the logic board with the A14 Bionic chip. There are some aspects that were rumored, but now with this video, we can take it for sure. It is appreciated as lThe front camera components are positioned horizontally and occupy the space where the wireless charging coil for the second-generation Apple Pencil would have been located. That is why we cannot use this pencil with this 10th generation iPad and that is why we can only use the first generation one, the one that we must use the iPad port to charge it but we need an adapter. Something that really exceeds the logic of users.

With the disassembly, we also managed to confirm a series of more data. For example has spring-release battery pull tabs like the fifth-generation iPad Air and sixth-generation iPad mini, making it easy for repair shops and customers to replace the battery. It seems as if Apple purposely released a tablet from three years ago.

Finally, mystery solved.