Apple has started selling refurbished versions of the 2018 9.7-inch iPad through its online store. The refurbished tablet carries a price tag that is around 15 percent lower than a brand new model.
With so many retailers offering up noteworthy deals on a variety of Apple products for Black Friday (and Cyber Monday), it’s a great time to buy that new device for you or someone else.
There’s a brand new iPad. The 2018 version of the 9.7-inch iPad (officially called iPad 6th Generation) still starts at $329 and looks the same. But it now supports Apple Pencil and has the latest A10 Fusion chip. The next iPad in the line is the $649 10.5 inch iPad Pro. If you’re in the market for a new iPad, you might be wondering which one is the right for you. And what exactly do you get for the extra $310? Is iPad Pro worth the extra dough? Read on to find out.
The team over at iFixit have gone ahead and torn down the sixth-generation iPad from Apple meant for students and education market. Apart from upgraded internals, the new iPad is notable for its support for Apple Pencil which has so far only been available on Pro iPad models.
Apple recently unveiled the 2018 version of its low-cost iPad. Yes, Apple is simply calling it the iPad (6th generation). From the outside, the new iPad looks the same, but the internals get an overhaul. The killer feature? Apple Pencil support. Here’s everything you need to know about the new iPad.
It has been widely speculated that the next generation iPad Air dubbed iPad Air 2, and the iPad mini 3 will come with Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
GforGames now reports that Apple is also planning to improve the fingerprint sensor’s durability.
According to Taiwanese site DigiTimes Apple’s 2014 product lineup includes both, a larger iPhone as well as a larger iPad. The larger iPhone is reportedly scheduled for a May 2014 launch, while the larger iPad, measuring 12.9 inch, will be released in October.
The Korea Times reports that according to their source at Apple’s display supplier, the company is producing 12.9-inch display for the next generation iPad.
The report claims that the larger iPad will have a display that has improved picture quality, which will be on par with “ultra high-definition” displays.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities who has a good track record when it comes to predicting Apple product plans has issued a new research report to investors, in which he has made some interesting predictions.