I just recently got to Apple’s seventh iPad. It’s not the largest model or the fastest model in the range, but at $ 329, it’s probably the biggest sound for your wallet you can afford. The new 10.2 inch iPadannounced today at Apple’s annual conference on the iPhone at its headquarters in Cupertino, to replace last year 9.7-inch entry level iPad, as well as adding support for the first -generation Apple Pencil (which is a compact and expensive dummy), a Whiteboard case, and an A10 processor.
This new iPad will join the company’s iPad Air: a larger screen, support for Pen and Keyboard, and it will run iPadOS, which adds improvements to a number of functions, gestures, and other components — which focus on the product to the user interface that comes with your tablet OS review.
But I have the old A10 Fusion chip in it, and its screen designs and the symbol of Real ID make sure it’s appealing to those who are familiar with Apple’s great model of intelligence and technology. This iPad also has a Lightning connection instead of the simpler USB-C port on the iPad Pro. Oh, there’s a helmet.
Using it for a couple of minutes, it becomes clear what Apple is trying to do here: There are some iPads with a Pen and keyboard that come in a variety of prices, and this new iPad (and by and large) more likely to work with a desktop-browser.in iOS 13) should be added as a powerful and easy-to-use competitor to a Chromebook or small Windows laptop.
But there’s nothing about this design, or about any page, that has a cutting edge: Apple’s best interests of the past few years are better suited to a known case with a larger screen. It’s hard to ask for more than $ 329 – but that’s probably why.