At its education event in Chicago, Apple shows off a new iPad to help it get ahead in the classroom.
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There isn't much new about Apple’s newest entry-level iPad. But it’s a better value than ever.
The 2018 iPad. James Martin Before we move on to what we're hearing about the future of the Pro line, a recap of what's new and noteworthy with the new entry-level iPad:
The new $329 iPad looks all but identical to last year's model, but it adds an important Pro feature: Support for the Pencil stylus.
At its education announcement today, Apple updated its current lineup with a somewhat updated version of its most popular iPad. We compare the specs.
The Good Apple's new iPad delivers faster performance and a brighter screen than the model it replaces, at a price that's about half as much as the iPad Pro. Tight integration between the hardware, software and app store makes it easy to use. The Bad It's a bit thicker and heavier than the now ...
CNET's iPad Update helps you navigate the ins-and-outs the iPad, with how-tos, troubleshooting information, news, reviews, and more.
The biggest change in the latest 9.7-inch iPad isn't even something that comes in the box: its new support for Apple's stylus.
Staples is the latest retailer to discount a new iPad, offering $50 off the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro.
The new iPad from every angle. While there weren't any updates to the stylus, Apple brought more interactivity for it to apps aimed at education like Schoolwork.