iPad 2022 rough CAD-based renders leaked, reveal design and dimensions


  • CAD-based renders of the iPad 2022 have surfaced online
  • It reveals the tablet’s design as well as dimensions
  • The device is expected to debut next month

iPad 2022 or the iPad 10th gen’s rough CAD-based renders have leaked online. The images have been shared by the publication MySmartPrice, which obtained the renders from a case maker. 

The RAW renders of the iPad 2022 give us a glimpse at Apple’s upcoming tablet. The Cupertino-based brand is expected to announce the iPad 2022 in September alongside the iPhone 14 lineup. 

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iPad 2022 leaked renders reveal design

On the front, the iPad 2022 looks similar to the iPad 2021. However, the upcoming offering is seen with a boxy form factor. There is a front camera on the top and a circular Touch ID on the bottom. The device is surrounded by bezels on all four sides. The back panel has a pill-shaped camera module housing a single sensor. There is also an LED flash, unlike the 9th generation iPad. 

There are two speaker grilles at the bottom and top of the iPad 2022 suggesting that the tablet may come with a quad-speaker setup. Like other iPad, there is a power button at the top and volume rocker buttons on the side. The bottom has a charging port, but it’s unclear whether it is a Lightning or USB-C port as the renders have a Red mark. 

The iPad 2022 is expected to feature a larger 10.5 or 10.9-inch display compared to its predecessor. Dimension-wise, it is said to measure 248.62 x 179.50 x 6.98mm. The upcoming tablet is tipped to be powered by Apple’s A14 processor under the hood. Apple will reportedly switch from Lightning to USB-C port on the upcoming iPad 2022. 


Viraj Gawde

Viraj loves being in the creative field. Being a tech guy and resident tech advisor for his friends and family, his interest lies in smartphones, laptops and cameras. Passionate about creating art, his forte lies in photography. In his downtime, he loves gaming on his self-built rig and supporting FC Barcelona.