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Help for the following Apple tablets:

  • Pad (1st Generation) – released in 2010.
  • iPad 2 – released in 2011.
  • iPad (3rd Generation) – released in 2012.
  • iPad (4th Generation) – released in 2012.
  • iPad (5th Generation) – released in 2017.
  • iPad (6th Generation) – released in 2018.
  • iPad (7th Generation) – released in 2019.
  • iPad (8th Generation) – released in 2020.
  • iPad (9th Generation) – released in 2021.
  • iPad (10th Generation) – released 2022.
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Reviews

iPad (10th generation)

The 10th-gen iPad released in 2022, is an exemplar of Apple’s design prowess, takes inspiration from the iPad Pro’s sleek aesthetics, sporting a virtually bezel-less look.

While it exudes Apple’s signature build quality, its yellow color option might leave you yearning for the more classic hues.

One highlight is the 10.9-inch screen, boasting commendable brightness and resolution. However, it lacks the laminated display found in pricier models, leading to more reflections and an overall less pristine visual experience.

The iPad introduces a couple of nifty updates, notably relocating the Touch ID to the power button and adopting a USB-C port for charging and accessories. The omission of a headphone jack may vex some users.

A fresh accessory, the Magic Keyboard Folio, brings a detachable keyboard and trackpad to the table, but inexplicably skips backlighting. Compatibility-wise, this iPad only works with the first-generation Apple Pencil, an unfortunate choice given its sleek design.

Under the hood, the A14 Bionic chip ensures smooth multitasking and responsive performance. Battery life remains consistent with Apple’s tablet standards.

In summary, the 10th-gen iPad shines in design and reliability but faces a peculiar position in Apple’s extensive iPad lineup. While it offers modern features, it competes with budget-friendly alternatives and more feature-rich models, making its target audience somewhat enigmatic.

iPad (9th Generation)

In 2021, the iPad 9th-gen continued the tradition of affordability and performance. With its A13 Bionic chip, it delivered speedy performance and remained a popular choice for students and everyday users.

iPad (8th Generation)

Released in 2020, this iPad featured the powerful A12 Bionic chip, offering significant performance improvements for tasks like photo editing and gaming. It also supported the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard for enhanced productivity.

iPad (7th Generation)

The 2019 iPad introduced a larger 10.2-inch Retina display, improving productivity and entertainment experiences. With support for the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil, it became a versatile tool for both work and creativity.

iPad (6th Generation)

In 2018, the 6th-gen iPad maintained its affordability while upgrading to an A10 Fusion chip, providing better multitasking capabilities. It supported the Apple Pencil, making it suitable for note-taking and drawing.

iPad (5th Generation)

Arriving in 2017, this iPad offered affordability without sacrificing performance. Powered by an A9 chip, it was ideal for everyday tasks, and its long battery life made it a great choice for students and casual users.

iPad (4th Generation)

Released in the same year as the iPad 3, the iPad 4 featured an even faster A6X processor, delivering improved performance for demanding applications and games. It also introduced the Lightning connector, replacing the 30-pin dock connector.

iPad (3rd Generation)

In 2012, the iPad 3 brought the Retina display to the tablet world, featuring a stunning 2048 x 1536 resolution. Its visual clarity and color accuracy set new standards for tablet screens, making it ideal for graphics-intensive tasks.

iPad 2

Launched in 2011, the iPad 2 improved upon its predecessor with a thinner and lighter design, a faster A5 dual-core processor, and both front and rear cameras for FaceTime video calls and HD recording. It was a significant upgrade for both productivity and entertainment.

iPad (1st Generation)

Released in 2010, the original iPad set the standard for tablet computing with its 9.7-inch multi-touch display, long battery life, and access to the App Store. It introduced a new way to browse the web, read eBooks, and enjoy multimedia content on a portable device.

Specifications of iPad 10th generation

Size
Dimensions (H x W x D)248.6 x 179.5 x 7 mm
Weight477 g
Water resistanceNo
Screen
TypeIPS LCD touch screen, 16 million colours
Size10.9 inches
Resolution1640 x 2360 pixels
Camera
Rear12 MP, f/1.8, (wide)
Front12 MP, f/2.4, 122˚ (ultra wide)
Processor
ChipsetApple A14 Bionic (5 nm)
CPUHexa-core (2×3.0 GHz Firestorm + 4×1.8 GHz Icestorm)
GPUApple GPU (4-core graphics)
Memory
Storage64 GB / 256 GB
RAM4 GB
Security
Face IDNo
Iris scannerNo
Touch IDYes
To find out more, see iPad specs.
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