Latest Low-Priced iPad is coming with larger display, A14 chip, USB-C & 5G

Here we are going to share another update report on the low-cost entry-level iPad. According to the latest updates, the company is looking to expand the features of this device and some of the prominent platforms have revealed that Apple’s 10th generation iPad is going to include a few updates that are going to be in line with rest of the iPad line-up. 

Instead of a lightning port, the 2022 iPad is looking to include a USB-C port. It will also expand the USB-C across the iPad line up. It is important to mention that the iPad Air, iPad Pro and iPad mini are all coming with USB-C at this point. Therefore, the iPad is the only tablet is using the lightning. 

Many experts are also saying that the updated device will come with a bigger 10.5-inch display and it would be an upgrade from the current 10.20-inch display. People that are providing regular updates on Apple’s plans are saying that the iPad will have a 10.5-inch display.

The company is also thinking about updating the iPad with an A14 Bionic chip. This chip was first used in the iPhone 12 line up and the fourth-generation iPad Air. The performance in this is going to be much faster than the existing A13 model. 

Apart from display and chip updates, Apple is also looking to add 5G connectivity to the iPad, therefore; making it eligible to connect to 5G networks. 

As far as the design updates are concerned, so far there are no official words about it. Also, it is unclear whether Apple will add a Touch ID power button or will resume the same Home Button. Importantly, the company is likely to upgrade the low-cost iPad at some point this year.