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Apple today unveiled a new entry-level iPad with a refreshed design, improved specs and a higher price. The device launched alongside a few other offerings, but it wasn’t very flashy.
Large display and new design
The iPad 2021 has a 10.2-inch screen, and the model Apple announced today features a larger 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with a resolution of 2360 x 1640 pixels.
The device also features a flat-edge design, dropping rounded corners to better fit the iPad mini, Air, and Pro. The inner camera is now in landscape mode for a better video call experience. Moving the Touch ID fingerprint scanner from the bottom bezel to the power button gives the Slate a more premium look and a better screen-to-body ratio.
The 10th Generation iPad Has His Two-Year-Old Chip, But It’s Still Five Times Faster Than His Best Android Device
The 10.9-inch iPad is powered by the powerful 2-year-old 5nm A14 Bionic chip, and Apple says the 7nm A13 Bionic offers 20% more CPU performance and 10% more graphics compared to the 2021 model. % improved. Leads under the hood.
Rather than comparing the new base iPad to the latest iPad Pro with the very powerful M2 chip, also announced today, we compare the 10.9-inch iPad to the Android slab, 5x more than the best-selling Android tablet. Claimed to be fast. The company is the second largest tablet maker after Apple and could overshadow Samsung, which makes the best Android tablets.
The proprietary Lightning connector has been replaced with a USB-C connector. This means the device is compatible with a wider range of accessories and also supports faster charging speeds and better data transfer speeds. The new model also offers faster wireless connections thanks to the new Wi-Fi 6 standard, making connections 30% faster.
The front camera remains a 12-megapixel ultra-wide unit with a 122-degree field of view, while the previous model’s 8-megapixel rear camera has been replaced with a new 12-megapixel sensor.
And of course, iPadOS 16, Apple’s new operating system version for the iPad, comes with new features like retracting and editing messages, a new productivity app called Freeform, iCloud Shared Photo Library, and more.
10.9-inch iPad 2022 pricing and availability
The 10.9-inch iPad is available in his four colors of blue, pink, yellow and silver. Wi-Fi models start at $449, up $120 from the 2021 model. Pre-orders are available now, and tablets will be available on October 26th.
Apple also announced a new Magic Keyboard Folio designed specifically for the new iPad. It is available in white only and is priced at $249. The 1st generation Apple Pencil will continue to be supported. The company will continue to sell the 9th generation iPad for $329.