Apple iPad 10th generation is quite sure to feature Touch ID on the power button


Apple is working diligently to overhaul both the hardware and the design of its whole line of products. The company’s technique was launched with the 2020 iPad Air by Apple, which now has the M1 processor. Later came the updated MacBook Pro and Air with a notch display. It might also be time for the company to update its cheapest iPad straight away.

It’s predicted that the 10th generation iPad will be unveiled either alongside the iPhone 14 or potentially a month later. Recent rumors also claim that the manufacturer plans to make a number of design changes and integrate Touch ID into the power button, just like it did with iPad Air models.

The bulk of the renderings show the upcoming iPad’s wide bezels and traditional touch ID button. However, the most recent rumors suggest that Apple will make changes to the 10th generation iPad, one of which would be the relocation of the power button to make room for Touch ID biometric authentication.

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The long-overdue revamp of the standard iPad may present itself at the perfect time in 2022. Because of this, Apple may be able to raise the price of the product while still keeping it as the most affordable iPad in the series.

The 10th generation iPad could also have a larger screen with thinner bezels, support for 5G thanks to the A14 Bionic chipset, and a USB C charging port similar to the Air and Pro models. Additionally, Apple may move the FaceTime front camera this year and likely bring CenterStage capability to the standard iPad.

Hence, the regular iPad touch already supports the Pencil, so if these changes are made, Apple might once again see a rise in demand for it, albeit at a higher price.

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