The updated entry-level iPad from Apple sports a USB-C port and an A14 processor
A new iPad that is intended for beginners has been announced by Apple. The new model adopts the thin-bezel design of more expensive versions, switching to USB-C, doing away with the headphone port, and adding a fingerprint scanner to the sleep/wake button. You may anticipate a typical 10.9-inch display with True Tone color correction and a 2,360 x 1,640 resolution. There is a twist with the 12MP ultra-wide front camera, however. This iPad is the first to include a selfie camera that is landscape-oriented, making it much better for group chats and laptop-like usage.