The 10th generation iPad may have a different Touch ID and FaceTime camera

Apple's most economical tablet, the 10th generation iPad, is expected to be introduced to users this fall with a new design with smooth edges, a USB-C charging port, and more. In this context, a new report suggests that the 10th generation iPad could have Touch ID on the power button instead of the home button.

BingMag.com The 10th generation iPad may have a different Touch ID and FaceTime camera

Apple's most economical tablet, the 10th generation iPad, is expected to be introduced to users this fall with a new design with smooth edges, a USB-C charging port, and more. In this context, a new report suggests that the 10th generation iPad could have Touch ID on the power button instead of the home button.

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Renderings of the 10th generation iPad shared on social media earlier this month showed that the new iPad, like recent iPhones, iPads, MacBook Pro 14-inch, 16-inch and MacBook Air 2022 uses smooth edges. Today, the CAD-based renderings of Apple's 10th generation iPad have been revealed by a whistleblower called Macotakara, which shows the general view of the front and back panels of this budget tablet. CAD comes out of the supply chain and is used by accessory manufacturers to design and build new protective cases and other peripheral products. For this reason, they primarily focus on the overall dimensions of the product in question and ignore those that do not affect those dimensions. In fact, only the size of the screen and the design changes of the desired device are important for accessory manufacturers.>BingMag.com The 10th generation iPad may have a different Touch ID and FaceTime camera

While referring to the CAD-based images of this tablet, this whistleblower stated that the body size of this product is consistent with these leaked renderings. But it doesn't seem that the size of the front panel and the location of the Touch ID button have been considered in the renderings of the 10th generation iPad. The report also explains that the Touch ID of this product may be the same as that of the iPad mini. This means that the Touch ID sensor could be placed in the power button instead of the home button, like the iPad mini and iPad Air.

If this report is true, we may be facing an iPad. Thanks to the removal of the home button, it will have much smaller margins and thus the size of the screen will be more noticeable. This also makes the sound system of this product strangely similar to the iPad Air, but one of the main differences is the processor. The iPad 10 is expected to use Apple's A14 Bionic chip, while the iPad Air uses the M1 chip.

The A14 chip, which was manufactured using a 5nm manufacturing process, has 11.8 billion transistors and is the first chip He also used such lithography. Also, this new processor promises users 30% better efficiency than the current A13 chip. Rumors suggest that there will be a redesigned camera on the back of the new iPad, reminiscent of the iPhone X's camera module. Apparently, the camera used on the back panel of this product will be placed next to the LED flash and will be oval in shape. It is also possible that a 12-megapixel sensor will replace the 8-megapixel sensor of the 9th generation iPad. Changing the position of Touch ID on the 10th generation iPad, several reports claim that the tablet's FaceTime camera will also be significantly different. In this context, one of the reports says that the Facetime camera may be installed on the right side of the screen of this tablet. Whether this new design will be implemented or not is not yet clear. But it seems that the position of the FaceTime camera will probably change in the new generation of Apple's budget tablet, unlike the iPad 9.

Since this is the first time that these rumors have surfaced, so we have to wait. Maybe in the coming days we will have more detailed news about this issue.

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