Apple intends to release a MacBook Pro powered by M2 this fall.

Apple's entry-level 10.2-inch iPad is likely to be updated later this year, and newly leaked renderings show what to expect.

The 10th-generation iPad might have a design similar to the newest iPad mini, with flat corners, a back camera bump, and other changes.

MySmartPrice acquired renderings of the supposed smartphone from a case maker.

The report also reiterates previous rumors about the 10th-generation iPad, including a larger display, a USB-C port, A14 Bionic chip, 5G support, and more.

According to the images, the 10th-generation iPad's frame will have rounded corners, while the display will have squared off corners.

This less expensive design would be appropriate for the entry-level iPad, which is presently priced at $329.

According to the images, the 10th-generation iPad would retain a Touch ID home button and bigger top and bottom bezels around the display.

According to the rumour, the dimensions of the 10th-generation iPad would be 248.62mm (height) x 179.50mm (width) x 6.98mm (depth).

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