After long rounds of speculations and rumors, Apple finally launched its newest installment to its iPad range but the latest iPad came as a surprise to everyone. The masterpiece which was earlier thought to be more like an upgrade to iPad Air 2, ultimately released as more like a successor to Apple iPad Air 1. What is more exciting about Apple's new iPad is that the company has taken care about the public demand of revealing an affordable stunner power packed with spectacular specs and features.
According to Tech Advisor, Apple's latest mini-computing device, simply named as iPad, comes with a 9.7-inch panel. The device looks more like iPad Air 1 and also shares same 7.5mm thickness and 469g weight. The iPad has been equipped with Retina display coupled with 3.1 million pixels resolution. But it doesn't come with an anti-reflective coating which may seem to be disappointing to some buyers. Although, it steals the show with its unbelievable price tag. The latest Apple iPad 32 GB variant costs only £339 with a singular wi-fi connectivity. In case a user requires, WiFi as well as cellular connectivity, then that option is available with a higher edition of the same at £469.
Well, if anyone desires to have more memory with the new Apple iPad, then that is also possible with a 128 GB only WiFI variant which is currently retailing at £429. Another 128 GB edition having Wi-Fi and cellular both comes with a price tag of £559. As per a report by Express, apart from its memory options, Apple iPad packs superlative camera specifications as well. The device comes with a cool 8 MP snapper in the rear end also having a 1.2 MP 'FaceTime' shooter in the front panel for selfies and conference calls.
Besides all these, Apple iPad boasts a powerful A9 processor which ensures the running capacity of up to 10 hours at a single charge. Although, it misses support for the Apple pencil and Smart Keyboard cover. This tablet has been equipped with Apple's Touch ID fingerprint scanner. Furthermore, Apple iPad cellular editions have been boasted with Apple SIM, which allows enabling the access of local networks of major countries without any troubles. All and all, the newest tablet from Apple is a worthy option to go for.