Save $30 On Apple’s New iPad With A13 Bionic, Center Stage Camera, True Tone Display, More

Apple’s current model iPad is available with an appealing discount applied. For those that act right now, the 64GB variant of Apple’s slate computer can be purchased for just $299.

This stunning Apple iPad comes with a gorgeous 10.2-inch Retina display with True Tone and a verifiably delicious visual experience. Once you strip away the display, you are left with Apple’s own A13 Bionic chip with its accompanying Neural Engine that are designed to get the very best out of one another, regardless of the task at hand. Once you add iPadOS into that mix, you get a hardware and software combination that is unparalleled in the tablet world.

This model iPad comes with an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera as well as a 12-megapixel ultra-wide forward-facing camera with Center Stage that’s perfect for capturing those advanced selfies and hosting and taking video calls. This model comes with 64GB of storage, which is usually more than enough for most people when it’s combined with additional iCloud or other cloud storage.

You won’t find Face ID on this model but you do get immediate access to Touch ID biometric verification for authentication and Apple Pay purposes. And, as mentioned earlier, this iPad is capable of running the latest and greatest version of iPadOS, which means that you immediately get access to a whole array of new features and functionality that are software-driven.

Hop, skip, and jump on over to the direct link below to secure this deal, right now! There are no discount codes or coupons required to unlock this deal but you will need to act with haste in order to secure the discount. Even at its highest price, this iPad is a steal, which makes this discount all the sweeter.

Buy: 2021 Apple 10.2-inch iPad (Wi-Fi, 64GB) from Amazon: $299 | Original price: $329

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