Leaked Renders Show Apple’s Next-Gen iPad

The 10th-generation iPad could have a slightly larger display and flat sides, according to a fresh batch of CAD files that have surfaced online, although it would have the Touch ID button. The final iPad with a Home Button, Lightning connection, and a traditional tapered shell is the 10.2-inch model. According to the leaked CAD drawings, the 2022 model could undergo a complete redesign while keeping some of its current characteristics. A few photos and the device’s specifications were revealed together with the latest leaks on Mysmartprice. The display would be 248.62mm long by 179.5mm broad and 6.98mm thick, according to the leak. Compared to the current 9th generation iPad, that is slightly wider but slimmer.

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The latest iPad may have a 10.5-inch display because the bezels on the edges appear slimmer. However, the Touch ID button and front-facing camera on the faceplate are still present. The iPad’s case and back seem to have undergone the most significant alterations. The case’s flat sides replace its outdated curved corners with a more contemporary style. The iPad has a single camera on the back, however a flash module is also located on the larger camera bump.

Moving to flat sides is not merely a matter of taste. The flat-sided design is required for the Apple Pencil 2 to attach to and pair with the iPad, allowing the entry-level iPad to finally switch to the second-generation Pencil. The latest iPad may have a 10.5-inch display because the bezels on the edges appear slimmer. However, the Touch ID button and front-facing camera on the faceplate are still present.

The iPad’s case and back seem to have undergone the most significant alterations. The case’s flat sides replace its outdated curved corners with a more contemporary style. The iPad has a single camera on the back, however a flash module is also located on the larger camera bump. Moving to flat sides is not merely a matter of taste. The flat-sided design is required for the Apple Pencil 2 to attach to and pair with the iPad, allowing the entry-level iPad to finally switch to the second-generation Pencil.

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