Since September, Apple’s 2020 iPad is only on the market, but the prices are not cut before the holidays. Now you can get a 10.2-inch entry-level device from just $300 at Amazon.
The most recent iPad has a gorgeous 10.2-inch Retina display with a 2160-by-1620 pixel resolution, just like the 7th-gen model that came before it. You’ll also get an 8MP 1080p back camera with a 1.2MP 720p on the front, plus a security fingerprint sensor. The display supports the Apple Pencil of first-generation and the Smart Keyboard.
The major upgrade to the affordable iPad is the A12 Bionic chip upgrade, which makes it a fairly decent upgrade on the iPad of the 7th generation it replaces. Although not that powerful as the A14 in the new iPad, the A12 chip ensures that your iPad entry level is super fast and can work best.
The A12 Bionic will make the iPad twice faster than the top-selling Windows laptop, three times faster than the top-selling Android tablet, and six times faster than Chromebook.