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Apple iPad 2021: Probably no major innovations in design

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The iPad without any adjectives is the entry-level class in Apple's tablet lineup. It has now been announced that the appearance of the upcoming Apple iPad 2021 is unlikely to change.

How Macotakara (via mobiFlip) writes, the design of Apple's entry-level tablet is unlikely to change this year. In September 2019 For the first time, Apple gave the iPad the Smart Connector for the Smart Keyboard Folio and a slightly larger display. Last year if this was continued consistently and in 2021 things should apparently not look any different.

That means that, according to the leak, the case will likely remain unchanged. This means that the home button with Touch ID is not yet completely extinct. The same applies to the Lightning connector, which we probably did not see for the last time in an iPad last year. This also means that the matching Apple Pencil will most likely still be that of the first generation. The second generation Smart Keyboard Folio is obviously a little withheld from the inexpensive iPad. The display of the Apple iPad Air 2021 should still be 10,2 inches. How it looks with the resolution and whether it gets True Tone is not clear.

Apple has always presented the entry-level iPad in September in recent years. It can therefore be assumed that this will be the case again this year.

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