According to the Mac Otakara report, the upcoming iPad will sport the same svelte body as the latest-generation iPad Air 3 with no design changes.
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The new iPad is also expected to be lighter at 460 gms, 30 gms less than the 490 gms of the current one.
The device will continue to feature a Touch ID Home button and a Lightning port, with Apple declining to transition to USB-C.
It is expected to have a full-lamination display, anti-reflective coating, P3 wide color support, and True Tone.
The report suggests that it may start at $299 (it’s currently $329). There is also a suggestion that it may start at 64 GB rather than the 32 GB offered currently.
Apple may unveil its full 2021 iPad line-up at an event in late March, but currently there is no confirmation.
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