Apple officially released the iPad 10 and iPad Pro 2022 yesterday. The Apple iPad 10 comes with significant changes relative to the previous generation. According to the information listed on Apple’s official website, the iPad 10 has a hidden change. This change is the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack. This removal marks the end of the 3.5mm headphone jack for Apple iPads. At the moment, the only iPad series that sell with the 3.5mm headphone jack is the iPad 9.
The Apple iPad 10 comes with an A14 chip. The body is changed to a right-angle middle frame and four sides of the same width frame. The camera module uses the horizontal design, and the Lightning interface is replaced by a USB Type-C interface. This device supports the first generation of Apple Pencil.
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The new iPad comes with a full-screen design, equipped with a large 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display. The new cameras include a 12MP front-facing camera on the iPad’s landscape edge. This device also comes with an updated 12MP rear-facing camera that captures clear, vivid photos and 4K video. The USB Type-C port works with a wide range of accessories. This device also supports Wi-Fi 6 for faster connections, super-fast 5G on the cellular model, and a new Magic Keyboard Folio designed for the new iPad with an amazing incredible typing experience. Apple says the new Magic Keyboard dual-side clip is specifically for the new iPad. It uses full-size keys and 1mm key travel. This is the first Apple-exclusive keyboard with an expansive trackpad. The trackpad supports tap-anywhere and multi-touch gestures.
Apple says the new iPads are available to order and will be available in stores starting Wednesday, October 26. The new iPad’s Wi-Fi model starts at $449 and the Wi-Fi + Cellular model starts at $599. The new iPads are available in 64GB and 256GB configurations and are available in blue, pink, yellow and silver.