The new iPad 10 is coming. On the weekend, Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman said the next iteration of the iPad Pro will be available “in a matter of days.” Apart from that, another case maker has leaked an accessory for the unreleased 10th-generation iPad, which is expected to get its most significant update in years.
A Twitter user (via MacRumors) was able to spot a folio case for the unreleased iPad 10 at a Target store in the United States. This accessory is made by Speck, which is a well-known accessory maker, and it highlights some interesting features of this upcoming iPad, such as support for the second-generation Apple Pencil.
Currently, the entry-level iPad is the only tablet made for the Cupertino company that uses the first-gen Apple Pencil. All other iPads use the newer version.
9to5Mac reported in mid-June that the iPad 10 will be bumped up to the A14 Bionic chip, 5G support, and USB-C connectivity. In addition, it will feature a new design with no Home Button, similar to the other iPads. This information was also backed up by Mark Gurman.
A couple of weeks ago, BGR reported that another case maker was already teasing the iPad 10 with an accessory for this unreleased product. ESR added new cases for the 10th-gen iPad by hinting at a redesigned iPad with a similar look to the new Air and mini models, with Touch ID on the side button and a display with fewer bezels.
Last but not least, iPadOS 16.1 is expected to be released next week.
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