Apples 10th Gen iPad Review 

The 10th-generation iPad is the new iPad's starting point. It's bigger, quicker, and better-designed than the ninth-gen model from 2021. 

The 10th-generation iPad costs £499 ($449/A$749) for 64GB of storage. 5G variants cost an additional £179 ($150/A$250).

The price is undoubtedly less appealing than prior generations, but this is the first time Apple has altered the design of its low-end tablet in over seven years.

Home button and wide bezels are gone, allowing a 10.9in screen to fit in the same-sized body as before. It's a terrific upgrade that's small and lightweight.

When held in landscape mode, it includes dual speakers that are great for watching movies. A modern USB-C port is available for charging and attaching accessories.

The iPad's automated pan-and-scan webcam has been relocated to the top edge when held in landscape, improving video calls.

The screen isn't nearly as good as the iPad Air's, with somewhat poorer colour representation and no anti-reflective coating, making it more difficult to read in direct sunlight.

Screen: 10.9in 2360x1640 Liquid Retina display (264ppi) Processor: Apple A14 RAM: 4GB Storage: 64 or 256GB


Operating system: iPadOS 16.1 Camera: 12MP rear, 12MP selfie Connectivity: Wifi 6 (5G optional), Bluetooth 5.2, USB-C, Touch ID, Smart Connecter

Dimensions: 248.6 x 179.5 x 7mm Weight: 477g (5G version: 481g)                                      

If you use the device for mild browsing and watching videos, the battery will last for approximately ten hours.

Apple does not specify a battery lifespan, however it should endure 500 full charge cycles with 80% of its original capacity and cost £129.