iPad Gen 10 official price and specifications
Apple has just officially announced its new tablet, the iPad Gen 10, one of the biggest overhauls of the device in recent memory. We dedicate this news to put in your hands all the details of the new iPad, including price and specifications.
Featuring new device With a stunning new design, new vibrant colors, a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with USB-C port, a powerful processor, and a more expensive price tag than before, Apple is still selling the older 9th generation iPad, one of the company’s best iPads for people on a budget.
iPad Gen 10 specifications
As you can see from the pictures, the new iPad is completely different from the old one, as it features – as we mentioned above – a 10.9-inch screen with thinner edges than the previous one and square edges, and this is the same design language as the iPad Air and iPad Pro, which means the page button has disappeared The main as well as the front.
The screen now stretches all the way to the edges, with Touch ID now on the top button like the iPad Air, coming in at a resolution of 2360 x 1640 for nearly 4 million pixels, offering 500 nits of brightness and True Tone technology.
Regarding cameras for the iPad 10th generation: The new iPad is the first for Apple tablets in terms of the front camera in landscape orientation, this means that when you hold a landscape of the iPad the camera will be at the top of the screen.
The iPad 10th generation has a 12MP ultra-wide front camera with Center Stage, while at the back there is a 12MP wide camera that captures 4K video and a 240fps slow-motion capture rate.
For connectivity, the new iPad offers 5G support for the base iPad model for the first time in addition to Wi-Fi 6 for faster wireless browsing. You can choose from Wi-Fi only or configure Wi-Fi + Cellular.
In terms of performance: The iPad 10th generation is powered by the powerful A14 Bionic chip, which Apple says is up to 5x faster than the best-selling Android tablet, and says it delivers a 20 percent increase in CPU performance and a 10 percent improvement in performance. Graphics compared to the ninth generation. The processor is paired with 64GB and 256GB storage configuration options.
The 10th generation iPad works with the first generation Apple Pencil, but requires a new $9 USB-C to Apple Pencil adapter to work. There’s also a new Magic Keyboard Folio for the iPad that costs $249. The updated keyboard has full-size keys and a large trackpad, as well as a 14-key function row.
iPad Gen 10 price
The new tablet is available in four new colors, blue, pink, yellow, and silver, and the new iPad can be said to be much more expensive than its predecessor, with prices starting at $ 449 in the US for Wi-Fi, and Wi-Fi + Cellular prices around $ 599.
It remains to say that the new iPad is available to order now and will be released on Wednesday, October 26th (in about a week).
Have you tried tablets before? From which company? What do you think of the new iPad?