iPad’s Next Generation Will Not Include 3.5mm Headphone Jack

All of Apple’s iPhone models, including the iPad Pro, iPad Air, and iPad Mini, no longer include a headphone jack. And now, the business is ready to do away with it entirely from the iPad; 3.5mm connectors are reportedly going to disappear from that device as well, according to rumored renderings of a forthcoming makeover of the entry-level model. 

Image: MySmartPrice

According to MySmartPrice, a case manufacturer developing accessories for the upcoming 10th-generation iPad is the source of the CAD renderings. It is a significant makeover of the original iPad model, which has mostly remained unchanged for years.

The report from MySmartPrice also suggests the screen will reportedly be larger than the current 10.2-inch model, and the iPad’s rear will include a modified camera that resembles the iPhone X’s camera module. A USB-C connector on the next iPad would complete the switch for Apple’s tablet lineup.

Although it’s uncertain whether a new design would also come with a greater starting price than the current $329, the 10th-generation iPad is anticipated to be unveiled this autumn.


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