Apple Unveils 10th-Gen iPad With Complete Redesign, 10.9-Inch Display, USB-C, and More
Apple today announced the 10th-generation iPad, featuring the A14 Bionic chip and a complete redesign with a range of color options.
The 10th-generation iPad features an all-new design with flat sides and a larger, 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display like the iPad Air. The device now features a Touch ID side button and comes in Blue, Pink, Silver, and Yellow.
The iPad gains the A14 Bionic chip, an Ultra Wide 12MP front-facing camera located along the landscape edge of the iPad for a better video calling experience, an updated rear-facing 12MP camera, 4K video recording, a USB-C port, landscape two-speaker audio, 5G connectivity on cellular models, and Wi-Fi 6.
The new iPad comes alongside the all-new Magic Keyboard Folio and supports the first-generation Apple Pencil only. The new iPad is available to order starting today, with availability in stores beginning Wednesday, October 26.
Top Rated Comments
Should have expected those shenanigans, it would’ve been too good to be true otherwise.
Edit: 1gen Apple Pencil support with USB-C dongle needed? What a joke.
Lmao at $449. I guessed $399. Damn.
9th gen - $329
10th gen - $449
Apple Pencil (1st generation) is compatible with the new iPad. A new USB-C to Apple Pencil Adapter is required for pairing and charging and is included in the box with a new version of Apple Pencil (1st generation) for $99 (US).