Retina display with 1640×2360 resolution will be on the next affordable iPad, which means its diagonal will also change from 10.2″ to 10.9″ to match the latest iPad Air, which was unveiled in March. As a result, Apple’s more expensive tablets will continue to lack support for large color gamuts and high brightness.
According to the same source, the A14 Bionic chipset will power the future low-cost iPad and will enable 5G, as well as having a USB-C port in instead of the current Lightning port. As a result, all future Apple tablets will feature USB-C ports. Strangely, the iPhone has not yet followed suit, but this may change in the near future.