Apple had an education event and they announced cool products! I will not be getting into the education side of it but if you want to know about it you can see it here. Now onto the new iPad!
Apple’s new iPad is very similar to the last one but with some improvements:
- New CPU –
Apple put a new CPU into the iPad! This time they put Apple A10 which is the exact same processor that the iPhone 7 has! This should help if you are doing something such as iMovie
or Affinity Photo where you can get good performance gains!
- Apple Pencil Support!
Apple added Apple Pencil support so now you can use Apple Pencils on this iPad! Sadly no smart keyboard support but we can still use Bluetooth!
That’s all they really changed but they do have a slightly smaller battery (32.4 WH compared to 32.9 no other info). We do not know yet if it has support for Fast Charging but don’t count on it. The iPad will launch at $329 base and $299 for schools
Logitech also announced their stylus called the Crayon! It does not pressure sensitivity but it works on (most) of the same apps as the original.
It is $49.99.
The Apple Pencil will be getting a price drop for qualifying students ($85)
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