If you are looking to buy an iPad or an iPad Pro you should decide what you need the tablet for.
Do you use the iPad for productivity, or for entertainment? Do you need a smaller display for mobility or to use it instead of your laptop?
The iPad was first officially announced by Steve Jobs on January 27, 2010, more than 10 years ago. The current version includes the iPad 10.2-inches (7th generation, 2019), the iPad Air 10.5-inches (3rd generation, 2019), and the iPad Pro models (11-inches and 12.9-inches, both released in 2020).
iPad Technical details
If you move up in the line, and you get more performances and features, obviously.
If you need the iPad for productivity, we must inform you that all models support Apple’s Smart Keyboard and the Apple Pencil. This is good news as Apple wanted you to do with an iPad the same tasks as you are able to do on a PC or laptop. Add to these the mouse and the trackpad and you have a Macbook-like experience.
The biggest advantage of an iPad over a computer is that the iPad has the power of a computer with a focus on portability.
The best iPad for you – Apple iPad Pro 2020
This is the most expensive version of the Apple iPad however it is well designed for power users.
A more affordable iPad – the iPad Air
The 2019 iPad Air is very similar to the iPad Pro 2017 model. It has a 10.5-inches Retina display, with an updated CPU, the A12 Bionic Apple processor.
You may choose between 64GB storage and 256GB storage if you need more space.
The most popular iPad – the Apple iPad 10.2-inches, 2019
If you are looking for the most popular iPad you may choose the 10.2-inches version, 2019 iPad. It is the cheapest model, that’s why it is the most popular version. It was designed for general use. Even it is an entry-level, it is good enough for most users. It can be paired with the Apple Smart Keyboard.
It has an older CPU, the A10 Apple CPU but it handle without issues the latest iPadOS version. You may choose between 32GB storage capacity and 128GB version. We recommend you to choose the larger version as the 32GB may fill up fast.
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