The new iPad is here, and it’s got the biggest design update in years. The new iPad ships in different colours like red, yellow, blue and white.

Apple’s entry-level iPad features a 10.9-inch display, a fingerprint reader built into the sleep/wake button, USB-C, and a landscape-orientation selfie camera.

The 10th-generation iPad is already up for pre-order and will be available in stores from October 28. You can pre-order the device on Apple’s official store.

You can go with silver if you want something neutral, while the blue coloured iPad is simply gorgeous. The pink version is a head-turner and there’s a yellow iPad for the first time.

The new iPad features a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display, with support for True Tone technology and up to 500 nits of brightness.

It’s an edge-to-edge display, free from ugly borders surrounding the screen. iPad Air, iPad mini, and iPad Pro all come with the same design language.

The 10th-generation iPad does not include a  home button below the screen for Touch ID. Instead, Apple has added the fingerprint sensor on the power button at the top,

Inside, the new iPad is powered by the A14 Bionic processor. This is the same chip that powers the iPhone 12.