Uh, not likely.
Many users purchased the 1st generation iPad.
We all thought that this device would get years of iOS upgrades and updates, but only got one year of iOS upgrades/updates.
It got app updates for a little while longer, but those came to and end when iOS 7 was introduced.
The 2010, 1st gen iPad had hopelessly underpowered hardware.
I think it could’ve handled iOS 6, but Apple didn’t think so.
The 1st gen iPad over the years has really been considered an early adopter model.
Not fully baked device.
Something like what the first Macintosh was when it first got released in 1984.
That was an underpowered computer, as well.
It is what it is.
You’ve have had 7 years to purchase new or newer (used ) iPads with much longer longevity.
And Apple will never support iDevices for more than 5-6 years!
10 years or more is your pipedream!
You maybe able to eek out 7-8 years out of a mobile device, but support for it will end sooner!
Mobile technologies change too quickly and hardware goes obsolete in less than 10 years.
If you need a new iPad, they are better, faster and cheaper, now.
Look at the new 2017, iPad 5th generation.
It’s half the price of the original 2010 iPad, much more powerful with much larger storage capacities.
Good Luck to You!