Apple launched the new 10.5-inch iPad Air in March of this year. Now, one of the company’s newest tablets is seeing a bit of a discount from its regular purchase price from two major retailers.
The new 2019 iPad Air bridges the gap between the standard iPad and the new iPad Pros. It’s a repackaged version of the old 10.5 inch iPad Pro, and that’s not a bad thing. You get access to a laminated 10.5-inch display, A12 Bionic Chip and you get support for Smart Keyboard and first-generation Apple Pencil. The new iPad mini 5 breathes new life into a form factor that’s 4 years old at this point. The iPad mini 5 is easily the best and most powerful small tablet you can buy.
If you’ve just bought the brand new iPad Air or the iPad mini 5, the first thing you’ll want to do is load it up with apps. The new iPads have the best qualities of both the standard iPad and the iPad Pro (both support the Apple Pencil). That makes them a great machine for both content consumption and content creation. So we’ve gathered up the best iPad apps that will let you enjoy content in the best possible way, and also enable you to be productive on the go. Check out our list of the best apps for 2019 iPad Air and iPad mini 5.
Apple brought the iPad Air back from the dead and for just for the heck of it, updated the iPad mini too. You can think of it as an elevated version of the 2017 iPad. Or as a lighter version of the 2017 iPad Pro. iPad Air has the same body, 10.5-inch screen, Apple Pencil support, and Smart Keyboard support. And at $499, it’s much cheaper than the newer iPad Pros. The iPad mini has the same exterior it did before, just with newer components.
The 2019 version of iPad Air and iPad mini are now available to order. If you’ve decided that this is the right iPad for you (and there are way too many iPads to consider now), the next thing to decide is the color. Of course, picking a color is a very subjective choice. But let us walk you through which color iPad should you buy. You have three options here – Silver, Space Gray or Gold.
Apple’s iPad lineup has become a confusing mess. What started as a simple iPad has now evolved into a lineup consisting of the iPad, iPad Air, iPad mini, and the iPad Pro. The lineup can easily confuse any potential buyer who is looking to buy an iPad but is unsure as to which model is right for him. Worry not as we are here to help you. I have decoded Apple’s iPad lineup below to help you understand which tablet is right for you.
With the iPad, Apple has set the bar for customer satisfacion for tablets, but that doesn’t mean you won’t encounter any issues. One of the common issues people face with their iPad, iPad Pro or iPad mini are Wi-Fi connection problems.
In addition to the new (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7, Apple also announced its cheapest 9.7-inch iPad. Simply called the iPad, the new tablet is priced at $329 and will replace the ageing iPad Air 2 in the company’s iPad lineup.
So you’ve just got a new iPad. Congratulations and welcome to the family. The iPad is a great tablet and it can be a lot of different things to different people. It’s a great way for consuming media – reading and watch movies for example. But when paired with the right tools, a keyboard or the Apple Pencil for example, it can before a powerful and approachable creation tool.
Earlier this year, at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, the company officially unveiled Swift Playgrounds, a means to help kids learn how to code right on the iPad.