Apple New Cheaper iPad with separately available Pencil Support costs $299. Apple, the company that is on its way to manufacture a phone that is foldable and expected to be unveiled in 2020, has recently introduced a cheaper iPad for educational purposes at the company’s education event held in Chicago.
As compared to its previous iPad, the new iPad is far more cheaper than ever. The device priced at $299 to be sold in schools, also accompanies an Apple Pencil though not available in the price mentioned above.
Being a consumer you will have to pay for the iPad $329 and separately available Apple Pencil will cost you $99. On the other side, where the schools are provided iPad for $299, they will also luckily get the Apple Pencil for $89, cheaper than the price for consumers.
The iPad has been featured with Touch ID alongside an HD FaceTime camera as well as 10 hours of battery life. This iPad have 9.7 inches display and has been powered by Apple’s A10 Fusion chip alongside being LTE enabled.
Though not included in the pro series of Apple, the Apple Pencil supported device just make us sad when it is said to be purchased separately.
This newly introduced cheaper iPad will play a key part in Apple’s lineup as it is gearing up to fight against the Google Chrome books that are already available at far more affordable rates. Chrome books are dominating the US classrooms and Apple is sad about losing to its competitor.
The new tablet will be a treat for the regular users who want to own an iPad but are not able to afford an Apple branded product.
Apple’s low costs set for iPad and the Apple Pencil show the giant’s love and contributions towards the betterment of education.
The upcoming foldable phone of Apple is now becoming the focus point of the flagship lovers and we are expecting much more betterment than our thoughts coming with that phone.