Which iPad Should You Buy?

Apple’s new iPad Air and iPad mini bring the iOS tablet count to four. We help you decide which one is right for you as we break down the differences in the iPad vs. iPad Air vs. iPad mini vs. iPad Pro.

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Apple just announced two new tablets, the iPad Air and an iPad mini. They join the latest iPad Pro models that rolled out last year, along with the standard iPad. That’s four different iPad lines with five different screen sizes, ranging in price from $329 to $999.

Name iPad (2018) iPad Mini iPad Air iPad Pro
Dimensions 9.4 by 6.6 by 0.3 inches 8.0 by 5.3 by 0.2 inches 9.8 by 6.8 by 0.24 inches 11.0 by 8.5 by 0.2 inches
Weight 1.03 lb 10.6 oz 1 lb 1.39 lb
Screen Size 9.7 inches 7.9 inches 10.5 inches 12.9 inches
Operating System iOS 12 iOS 12 iOS 12 iOS 12
Camera Resolution 8MP Rear/1.2MP Front-Facing 8MP Rear/7MP Front-Facing 8MP Rear/7MP Front-Facing 12MP Rear/7MP Front-Facing
CPU Apple A10 Apple A12 Bionic Apple A12 Bionic Apple A12X Bionic

Which iPad Should You Buy?

if you just want to watch Netflix and read some emails, and don’t need professional power and features the $329 iPad (2018) is the best choice.

Though $329 iPad for its functionality and value is the best deal, the ability to step up two generations in processing power for $70 to $170 for the Mini or Air is very helpful. Depending on portability you can make a choice between the mini and Air.

If you are someone who needs professional power to replace your laptop and uses some power consuming apps or games the iPad Pro is the best choice whether it’s the larger 12.9 inch or the 11 inch.

 

Credits: Apple.com, PCMag.com

Image Credits: AppleInsider

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Pranav Chaparala

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