Apple updates its iPad lineup by introducing a new 10,2 inch model

The Apple Keynote of 10 September was rich in ads. Many new products have been introduced, including a new iPad, displaying a diagonal 10,2 inch, to come a little swell a range already well supplied. Presentation of this new tablet.

According to Apple, the 9,7 inch iPad is among the most popular of the range. And this is not surprising when you consider that the Cupertino company has previously launched an updated 9,7 inch model that was much cheaper and positioned itself as the entry level for customers who decided to join the company. big family iPad. Today, Apple has made the decision to update this iPad 9,7 inch. This update also involves an increase in the size of the diagonal, which goes to 10,2 inches.

Apple unveils a new iPad, 7th generation, with a diagonal of 10,2 inches

Instead of 9,7 inches with which some could be used, it will be necessary to compose with a Retina screen of 10,2 inches. In terms of specifications, this new iPad will obviously not be as powerful as an iPad Pro, it's quite logical, but it's still under the hood. Apple has indeed integrated into the chassis A10 Fusion chip, the same one found in 7 iPhone 7 and 2016 Plus. Which should be more than enough for everyday use. But this is to consider if you think you have big needs. In addition, the tablet also benefits from the Smart Connector, which means that you can use it with the Smart Keyboard.

compatible with Smart Connector

For the rest, this new iPad runs on iPadOS, a version derived from iOS and optimized for the iPad. Compatibility with the Apple Pencil is also logically part of it, and as Apple announced, customers who bought a new Apple device will receive a gift as a one-year subscription to the Apple TV + streaming service. This iPad 7th generation will be sold from 389 € in its version Wi-Fi only. For the cellular model, it will be necessary to spend 529 € minimum. Preorders are open, deliveries will arrive from the September 20.

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