The new entry-level iPad would have entered mass production

As tablet sales began to decline in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, when everyone and their mom wanted to buy one, Apple is preparing to step up its game. The iPad has long dominated the tablet market. tablets, but it seems that the Cupertino company wants to go even further to solidify its position at the top of the list.

The iPad Pro and iPad Air are already leaders in their respective categories, but Apple’s entry-level iPad seems somewhat left behind. With its rather dated design and mediocre components, the standard iPad falls short of many users’ expectations.

And, it is only natural. Historically, Apple has always tried to keep the gap between its cheap devices (as far as any Apple product can be considered cheap) and its more premium devices. This time around, that gap seems destined to get ever narrower. But, that’s why we also expect a price increase, as is Apple tradition.

The new 10th generation iPad has already entered mass production et speculation about a major redesign has been all but confirmed.

This information was provided by the Taiwanese site DigiTimes.

Very little information

This confirms the credibility of the renders released earlier this month showcasing the new design. As of now, there’s little information about what other improvements the 10th generation of the iPad will bring. It is likely that the device will upgrade to an A14 chipbut that’s about all we know for sure.

The production schedule aligns with previous expectations for the entry-level iPad to debut alongside the iPad Pro at Apple’s last event for 2022, which is expected to take place somewhere in October. However, for now at least, the spotlight remains on the iPhone 14.