iPad 10th Generation is Expected to be Launched in September.
Let's take a look at the expected launch date, specifications, and other details for the iPad 10th generation.
Apple is expected to launch new iPad models later this year. The new iPad Pro with an M2 chip is expected to be launched in October, according to reports. In addition, Apple is said to be working on an entry-level iPad model that will be released alongside the Pro M2 later this year. The new iPad 10th generation will feature significant design changes. Apple has not officially confirmed any of the leaked specifications and features.
While we wait for the iPad launch date to be announced, a new report claims that the entry-level iPad will be available in September. This contradicts previous reports that suggested the budget Apple tablet would be released in October. Let's take a look at the expected launch date, specifications, and other details for the iPad 10th generation.
iPad 10th-Generation Launch Timeline
Apple's iPhone 14 launch event is expected to take place in September. The company may surprise fans by also releasing an iPad at the same time. According to DigiTimes (via), the budget iPad will be released next month with significant design changes. According to the report, the 10th-generation iPad is already in production.
The DigiTimes report does not provide any specifics. However, our readers are already aware of the upcoming low-cost iPad thanks to the exclusive CAD renders we revealed earlier this year.
The iPad will have a flat frame design and smaller bezels around the display. The Home Button remains on the bottom chin for Touch ID. Apple is expected to release the iPad with a 10.5-inch display. The standard 60Hz refresh rate display will remain on the low-cost iPad. On the back, there will be a pill-shaped camera module. The iPad will be equipped with a single camera sensor and an LED flash.
According to rumors, Apple will launch the large-screen tablet with the A14 Bionic chip found in the iPhone 12 series. The iPad is also expected to forego the 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of a USB Type-C port rather than Lightning. More information about Apple's low-cost tablet should be available online soon.