The iPad Mini could launch in October alongside the iPad Pro. The FaceTime HD camera may now be moved to one side of the iPad 10th generation. Apart from the change in the location of the FaceTime HD camera, the renders of the iPad 10th generation of Apple reveal this, according to the Japanese blog Macotakara, which cited numerous Chinese sources.
According to the source, Apple may include the Touch ID in the power button or shift it to a side button like it did with the iPad Mini 6th generation.
But if that is the case, we might also notice a smaller bezel around the display, putting it in line with the other iPad models. Additionally, it has been suggested that the FaceTime HD camera be positioned to the right of the tablet so users can use it in landscape mode rather than being restricted to using the iPad in portrait mode.
The next iPad, 10th generation’s design renders data, according to the report, showing that the chassis size is the same as that which was previously revealed. One thing to keep in mind is that nothing has been confirmed in writing at this time, and the revisions are currently only rumors.