According to reports, Apple is going to release an entry-level iPad with an A14 bionic chipset. Along with the A14 processor, the new iPad is expecting to include 5G capability and a USB Type-C connection. The A14 chip was utilised in the Apple iPhone 12 line. Although the chipset is outdated, it will be a welcome advance over the iPad generation 9’s entry-level A13 Bionic chipset.
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9to5Mac released the report. The website correctly predicted the iPad 5, so their forecast about the upcoming entry-level iPad could possibly be correct. Apple is likely to preserve the same appearance as last year while equipping the iPad with a strong CPU and adding new functionality.
New Entry-Level iPad: Expected Specifications
According to 9to5Mac, the next 10th-generation iPad is codenamed J272. Instead of a Lightning port, the future smartphone will have a USB-C port. Apple is to be replacing the lighting port with a USB Type-C connection. Apple previously included a USB-C port in the iPad Pro in 2018, the iPad Air in 2020, and the iPad mini in 2021.
The Apple iPad 9th generation has a 10.2-inch display. The Apple A13 Bionic chip powers the tablet and has a longer battery life. According to Apple, the A13 processor provides 20 per cent more performance and a Neural Engine, which supports machine learning capabilities such as real-time translation in iPadOS 15.
The tablet includes the Center Stage feature as well as an enhanced ambient light sensor. In terms of pricing, the iPad 9th generation is available at Rs. 30,900 for Wi-Fi versions and Rs. 42,900 for cellular ones.
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