Entry level iPad

Apple updated entry-level 8th generation iPad

Apple has updated its entry-level iPad. The new device now features the company’s A12 Bionic chip that Apple announced last year. Apple claims that the A12 Bionic chip will offer a brilliant gaming experience and it will also help pair an Xbox Wireless Controller with Bluetooth to your iPad device. The A12 chip will also bring “Neural Engine” to the latest edition.

Apple iPad features

The tablet features a 10.2-inch screen size. You can attach a full-size smart keyboard to it. Apple Pencil can now do a lot more. With Apple Pencil, you can take handwritten notes. In addition, you can use Apple Pencil to draw a sketch or design a logo.

For capturing important moments, Apple has added an 8-megapixel sensor on the front and rear sides. The camera is full of AI features that help you enhance videos or photos. Other features are similar to the previous-generation iPad.

Apple claims that the new device can last for 10-hours on a single charge. It will ship with the latest iPadOS. The new device comes with features like handwritten recognition, and shape recognition.

It costs $329 for 32GB RAM and 128GB storage. For students, it will cost $299. The device will be available in three colors–space gray, silver, and gold starting September 18.