The new iPad looks very unique from the standard iPads of the past – its design is even more so with the iPad Air.

It has a larger 10.9-inch screen (up from 10.2 inches last year).

This is because the home button is gone, so swiping up from the base is how you close apps now.

The Touch ID sensor is currently located on the power button of the gadget.

Another undeniable change is the variety of choices. The 2022 iPad is accessible in four extraordinary looking tones: silver, blue, pink and yellow.

You have to live dangerously and not place it for the situation.

You can get it in 64GB or 256GB setups, and with Wi-Fi only, or Wi-Fi + cell capability.

A more subtle – yet exceptionally welcome – change is that Apple has finally ditched the exclusive Lightning port for a more, uh, comprehensive USB-C port.

This implies that you can charge it to a similar link that you use to charge the greater part of your other current gadgets.

The new iPad is powered by Mac's A14 Bionic chip, which is ahead of last year's model.