Apple is working on a new iPad that will be powered by an A14 Bionic CPU, support 5G networks, and charge using a USB Type C connector. It is now time for Apple to remodel the appearance and functions of its entry-level iPad portfolio. Apple has previously changed its iPad Air series to match these criteria, so the company is in a position to do so.
The source did not specify a debut date, although an upgrade for the older iPad is long overdue at this point. Apple’s regular iPad costs around Rs 30,000 in the market, and the company’s decision to stick with the same design and functionalities has likely helped it keep its pricing low.
However, the market is trending toward a future in which USB Type C will be the primary method of charging smartphones and other devices. All of these alterations will almost certainly result in an increase in the price of the iPad’s base model.
The next iPad from Apple is expected to have the same Retina display resolution as the iPad Air. Apple is expected to sell this next iPad. The LCD screen of the current iPad model may be upgraded to one with a slightly larger screen size in the future.
The A14 Bionic chip, which powers this iPad, is also a substantial shift. It is still highly competent and powerful for the majority of users. Software compatibility for many years with future iPadOS updates is also ensured by using this processor.
If Apple does not plan to refresh the iPad this year, we can expect the M1 iPad Air to be released in January of this year. Apple is expected to release a new, more expensive product as a result of the modification, which is expected to contribute to the company’s further expansion.