Apple’s iPad lineup is arguably something that’s unmatched by any other platform or device maker.
From the iPad Mini to the iPad Air or iPad Pro, the tablets all consistently turn out top performance and have 10 hours of battery life, clear and crisp displays, and access to thousands of apps in the App Store. On top of that, retailers regularly run iPad deals on the base model making it even more affordable.
And with Apple’s announcement of iPadOS last year for all iPad models, not just the more expensive iPad Air or iPad Pro, followed by updates that have added trackpad support and more Mac-like features, the company has slowly and methodically released updates with features that differentiate it from the iPhone and push it closer to being more like a Mac. You can even connect a mouse to the iPad Mini.
Below, you’ll find Apple’s iPad lineup and details about what differentiates each model.
iPad (eighth generation) 10.2-inch display
Apple’s tried-and-true tablet, the base model iPad, is arguably the best value out of the group. You get all of the same features as the more expensive Pro and Air models, including a larger 10.2-inch display.
Inside is the Apple A12 Bionic processor, either 32GB or 128GB of storage, and either standalone Wi-Fi support or Wi-Fi and Cellular connectivity.
Apple hasn’t expanded its facial recognition hardware beyond the iPad Pro. But with the recent update to the iPad Air, the iPad and iPad Mini are the only two tablets left in Apple’s lineup that still have a home button with Touch ID. There is, however, a Smart Connector to add Apple’s Smart Keyboard, turning the iPad into more of a laptop than a tablet. And, of course, it supports the Apple Pencil.
Better yet? The iPad starts at $329, but you can often find iPad deals that bring the price down to $299 or cheaper. It’s incredibly powerful and even more affordable.
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