The updated low-cost iPad is said to have a bigger screen, A14 chip, USB-C and 5G

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Apple is working on a low-cost upgrade to the entry-level iPad, which will expand the device’s feature set. According to 9to5MacApple’s 10th generation iPad will include a number of updates that will bring it in line with the rest of the iPad lineup.

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The 2022 iPad is said to include a USB-C port instead of a Lightning port, which will expand USB-C to the entire iPad lineup. The iPad Air, iPad Pro, and iPad mini are equipped with USB-C right now, which leaves the iPad as the only tablet to use Lightning.

The updated device is expected to include a larger 10.5-inch screen, which will be an upgrade from the current 10.2-inch screen. Performance analyst Ross Young, who often provides accurate information about Apple’s performance plans, Has been confirmed That iPad will have a 10.5-inch screen.

Apple plans to update the iPad with the A14 Bionic chip. The A14 was first used in the iPhone 12 lineup and the fourth-generation iPad Air, and will provide faster performance than the A13 in current models.

Along with display and chip upgrades, Apple will add 5G connectivity to the iPad, allowing it to connect to 5G networks. There’s no word on a design update at this time, so it’s unclear whether Apple Touch ID will add a power button or stick with the Home button.

Apple is expected to update the low-cost iPad in 2022, likely in the fall.

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