As part of Apple’s fall product cycle, we are expecting an update to the base model 10.2-inch iPad later this year. Most notably, the design includes a raised camera module. 9to5Mac previously reported specs for the new model: A14 chip, 5G cellular, and USB-C port for charging and data transfer. This implies that the overall iPad chassis is getting a tad thinner, although this does not include the measurement of the rear camera protrusion. Interestingly, a headphone jack cannot be seen. The rear module features two holes, one for the camera lens and another smaller circle. From the CAD renders, we can see the overall shape of the new generation model will remain the same. This may suggest Apple is removing the headphone jack (following the iPhone’s lead) on its entry-level iPad. (9to5Mac). Continue reading.
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