Apple to launch a revamped iPad soon, claims CNBeta

The product is speculated to be powered by Apple’s in-house A13 bionic chip, which also runs on the iPhone 11 series

The Chinese website CNBeta has now revealed that the Cupertino tech giant Apple is now working on its upcoming entry-level and revamped iPad. The device is expected to be equipped with TouchID Home button and a 10.5 inch display.

Moreover, the product is speculated to be powered by Apple’s in-house A13 bionic chip, which also runs on the iPhone 11 series. Basically, the 10.5-inch display appears on all new iPad Air. Report also stated that the revamped iPad might feature 64GB inbuilt storage from 32GB. iPad price range starts from Rs 30,000 and goes upto Rs 1 Lakh.

Apple had a very hectic schedule this year as the company launched many iPads. During the first half of the year, it has unleashed the iPad Pro with magic keyboard and back in September, it launched the much-awaited entry-level iPad Air and iPad.

The iPad Air features the new A14 chipset, which is also there in iPhone 12 series. In India, the entry-level iPad appears at a price of Rs 29,990, whereas the iPad Air carries a price tag of Rs 54,900. The iPad Pro appears with a price of Rs 85,900. Both iPad Pro and iPad Air has support for magic keyboard, but customers have to pay an extra Rs 27,900 for it.


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