Although there wasn’t much talk about it at today’s keynote, Apple has uncovered a new 10.2-inch iPad, the seventh generation in the company’s long line of tablets. This means that Apple has ditched the last 9.7-inch model, a size which once prevailed in the iPad line.
Like the device which it replaces, this new 10.2-inch tablet supports Apple Pencil input, though the writing tool has to be bought separately.
However, this time, the entry-level iPad also gets Apple’s Smart Connector, letting you snap on Apple’s $159 keyboard folio, which also comes as a separate product. The screen is astonishingly bright. At 500 nits it is comparable to a new flagship iPhone but it used to be only on high-end notebooks. This tablet comes at $329, less than even most low-end laptops.
You can pre-order the new iPad today, with shipments starting September 30th. As mentioned, it costs $329, however if you want LTE as well, then the base price increases to $459. The built-in storage spans from 32GB to 128GB.
Source Link: https://www.engadget.com/2019/09/10/apple-ipad-seventh-generation-2019-hands-on-first-look/?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly9uZXdzLmdvb2dsZS5jb20v&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAM13fOaLCmOCo8C6ciWrsIwqitXbzm1LtfSVyRHzSTv9bs_PeILz0NM5Ozd2pxN9R_3Prfn77FsJpC4D9aSTPH43H9PUp7BvvrLfWYLhHg4ylX59I3oNHXzb6Dt57N-U0viqrLkMSG95Xzy7DppR4nJ2UUqaqjMVkNAhLHA1qoSh