Apple has been on quite a hot streak when it comes to its tablet offerings, so it should come as no surprise that the 10th-generation iPad is one of the most-anticipated upcoming tablet releases. The baseline iPad is never the most technically stunning or impressive, but it’s usually the one most people buy. And we’re expecting the iPad 10th-gen to be no different.
USB-C coming to the entry-level iPad
Perhaps one of the most anticipated changes coming to the entry-level iPad is the switch from Lightning to USB-C. At this point, the entry-level iPad is the only iPad model that still relies on Apple’s proprietary Lightning connector rather than the USB-C standard, which is now available across the Mac lineup.
A14 Bionic chip
While the current ninth-generation iPad features the A13 Bionic chip, this year’s entry-level iPad will be powered by the A14 Bionic chip.
Pretty much every iPhone and iPad model currently sold by Apple supports 5G. However, the cellular versions of the ninth-generation iPad are still limited to LTE connectivity. According to 9to5Mac‘s sources, the 10th-generation iPad will join the more expensive iPads as it will also provide support for faster 5G networks.
It’s worth remembering that Apple sells different versions of iPads with Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular, so don’t expect to have 5G available on the base model of the new iPad.
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