Refurbished iPad low cost will have a larger screen, chips A14, USB-C and 5G

Apple is working on a refresh of the low-cost basic iPad, which will extend the set of features of the device. According to 9to5Mac, the iPad’s 10th-generation Apple will include several updates that will bring it into alignment with the rest of the series iPad.

The iPad of 2022 it is said that it includes a USB-C instead of a Lightning port, which will extend your USB-C in the whole series of the iPad. The iPad Air, iPad Pro and iPad mini are all equipped with a USB-C at this point, leaving the iPad as the only tablet that uses Lightning.

The updated device is expected to include a larger screen of 10.5 inches, which would be an upgrade from the current screen 10.2 inch. The analyser screen Ross Young, who often provide accurate information on the patterns of occurrence of the Apple, has confirmed that the iPad will have a screen of 10.5 inches.

Apple is planning to update the iPad with chips A14 Bionic. The A14 was used for the first time in the iPhone series 12, and on your iPad Air to fourth generation and it will bring faster performance compared to the A13 to the existing model.

Along with the updates screen and chip, Apple will add connectivity 5G on the iPad, allowing it to connect to 5G networks. There is no word on updates in design at this time, so it’s not clear if Apple will add a power button Touch ID into the power button or it will remain with the Home button.

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