Apple’s Cheapest iPad Gets A Big Upgrade: 2019 Apple Event


Apple just commenced its ‘By Innovation Only’ event and prior to launching the obvious 2019 iPhones, the Cupertino company also unveiled a new 7th Generation iPad for us to gaze upon.

The New 10.2-inch iPad

Upgrading the sixth generation of its iPad, Apple has launched the all-new 7th Generation iPad. The new iPad spans 10.2-inch, which is an increase in size from the previous generation of the device.

The 10.2-inch Retina display is 2.5-times brighter and has 3.7-times wider viewing angle than its predecessor model. It has 3.5 million pixels.

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The device comes equipped with an A10 Fusion chipset and runs the new iPadOS that was recently announced by Apple. The Apple tablet comes with support for an 8MP camera.

With a weight of around one pound, the new iPad comes with an enclosure that is 100% recyclable.

Furthermore, the device comes with up to 10 hours of battery life and comes in two ROM options: 32GB and 128GB.

Other 10.2-inch iPad Features

Another highlight of the device is the support for Apple Pencil, making usability easier for users.

Additional features include support for Touch ID, Smart Connector compatibility, built-in sensors, first-ever Smart keyboard support, and Apple Arcade games support.

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Due to the presence of iPadOS, the new iPad will come with features such as Split-View, Slide Over, redesigned home screen, Picture-in-Picture, desktop-like browsing, dark mode, new gestures, and a lot more.

10.2-inch iPad Price and Availability

The new 7th Generation iPad comes with a price tag of $329 (Wi-Fi model) and $459 (Wi-Fi and cellular model). It will be available to buy, starting September 30 this year.

For students, the Apple iPad will be up for grabs at a discounted price of $299.

Additionally, the new iPad will be available in silver, space gray, and gold color options.

Also Read:Does Apple’s App Store Tweak Put An End To Its Deemed Monopoly?
Vanshika Malhotra

Vanshika Malhotra

Started off as an acquaintance, she is now a friend of tech trying to become a tech pundit soon. An extrovert in nature, she likes everything doggos and puppers.
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