Apple’s Latest iPad With 32GB Storage And Wi-Fi Hits Low Of $249
Apple’s latest-model 10.2-inch iPad is available to pick up via Amazon right now for just $249.99. The ongoing offer means that you can get current-generation iPad hardware with an immediate 24% discount applied. Now that sounds like a great deal!
This isn’t the iPad Pro. This isn’t the iPad Air. And this isn’t the iPad mini. This is just “iPad.” Apple’s latest-generation iPad that comes with a stunning 10.2-inch Retina display. The original standard-size iPads shipped with a 9.7-inch panel so this hardware immediately gives you a little more screen real-estate over what you may have previously been used to. The extra space on the display also works perfectly with the iPad’s relatively new multitasking features so you have get more done with apps sitting side-by-side.
Underneath that display lives Apple’s A10 Fusion chip that is designed to give this hardware all of the processing power that you need. This model also comes with the iconic physical hardware-based Home button that punters know and love. And yes, that means that it also includes Touch ID rather than Face ID. Authentication and making Apple Pay purchases are as simple as putting your finger or thumb on the Home button and letting the device do the rest.
You get an 8-megapixel back camera, 1.2-megapixel FaceTime HD front camera. You get stereo speakers and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. You get 32GB of onboard storage to download and install games and apps. And you get access to the latest features within iPadOS and compatibility with the Smart Keyboard and the first-generation Apple Pencil for powerful drawing and annotation in supported apps and services.
If you do not need the top-end iPad Pro or the current-generation iPad Air and simply don’t need to spend that type of money, then this could be the perfect iPad model for you. It provides a solid and performant experience, looks utterly stunning, and is available to pick up from the direct link below, right now! Make sure you grab it before the price rises back to its usual level.