A few months ago, Apple launched a newly updated iPad tablet computer product line on the market, including the eighth-generation iPad and the new iPad Air. Now, reports about the next-generation iPad have begun to appear online.
In the latest report, it is said that Apple’s entry-level iPad will undergo some major changes next year. According to reports, the ninth-generation model will be equipped with a larger 10.5-inch display.
In addition, it is said that the device will be powered by the Apple A13 chipset, which is not surprising because the company usually updates the chipset model with the release of new iPad models on the market.
In terms of design, the upcoming iPad, which will be launched in the spring of 2021, will continue to adopt the same design as the current model. However, the device may become thinner and lighter.
Although other models support Face ID, it will continue to have a Home button and Touch ID sensor for added protection.
In addition, the company will continue to use Lightning connectors and will not use USB Type-C ports. The report said that the starting storage capacity of the upcoming ninth-generation iPad may be 64GB instead of 32GB.
It also claims that the price of the new version may be lower, starting at $299. As the release approaches, we hope to learn more about the device in the coming weeks or months.