IPad 10th Gen: Artists May Benefit Greatly From Apple’s Upcoming 10th-Generation Ipad

If an early case release is any indicator, the tenth-generation iPad from Apple might be a significant upgrade for creatives.

According to a recent story, Apple is getting set to announce new iPad and iPad Pro models in the coming days, however, it appears that someone may have gotten the timing off a little.

Photos of a brand-new Speck case for the 10th-generation iPad were posted on Twitter by user @roeeban, who notes that it can be purchased right now from retailer Target. And if that argument holds, we can anticipate the upcoming budget tablet to natively support Apple’s second-generation Pencil.

The current iPad is only compatible with the first-generation Apple Pencil, which cannot be charged wirelessly and must be plugged into a Lightning connector. This new Speck case appears to demonstrate how the second-generation Apple Pencil magnetically attaches to the side of an iPad to charge.

Although visually similar, the updated Apple Pencil has several technical and non-technical upgrades over its predecessor. In regards to the latter, the 2nd generation Apple Pencil has a flat edge so it doesn’t slide off the table, which is great news if you’re constantly having to search the floor for it.

However, the most significant addition is gesture support, which enables double-tapping to switch tools in apps. People who paint and sketch on iPads and swap tools regularly may find this to be a game-changer.

We can also anticipate that the new iPad will feature a speedier A14 Bionic chip, a new flat-edged design like the iPad Pro, and a switch to USB-C. For the latest information, check out TheActiveNews.Com.

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