Apple’s 10.2-inch iPad At Only $309 Now
As of this publishing, Amazon is selling the 10.2-inch iPad 256GB for $429, a $50 reduction from the regular price of $499. If you just wanted to buy the base model, you couldn’t do that until today. Both Amazon and Walmart are currently offering the 64GB model for $309, a savings of $10 off the regular price of $329. For the first time this year, Apple’s entry-level tablet, the iPad Mini, is on sale for the lowest price ever. Just keep in mind that Amazon is only selling the silver model at that price, whereas Walmart is selling both the silver and space grey variants for $309.
86 points were awarded in 2021 to the iPad 9th generation. Apple hasn’t altered its look in years, but the tablet still has a lot to offer. Powered by Apple’s in-house A13 Bionic chip, the new 12-megapixel wide-angle camera and “Center Stage” function for better video calling make it a solid performer. With a single charge, the tablet can last for more than ten hours.
To put it simply, the 10.2-inch iPad doesn’t have a USB-C port, which means you’ll be limited to utilising the first-generation Apple Pencil, which is charged via Lightning. That said, the 10.2-inch iPad is an excellent choice if all you want to do is browse the web, read, and watch videos.