Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro is a fantastic entertainment device for content consumption. Videos are TV-sized, photos are highly detailed, and web pages fill the screen. But its $800+ price makes it hard to justify as a just-for-fun tablet. That could change if Apple applied the same strategy to the 12.9-inch iPad that it used on the new $329 9.7-inch iPad this week.
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Introduced in 2010, the iPad was Apple’s “next big thing” following the success of the iPhone. Apple’s iPad runs iOS, the same mobile operating system that powers the iPhone, with features and optimizations only available on the tablet computer.
iPad is currently available in three Retina display screen sizes: 7.9-inch, 9.7-inch, and 12.9-inch.
- iPad Air
- iPad (4th Generation)
- iPad (3rd Generation)
- iPad (2nd Generation)
- iPad mini 3
- iPad mini
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