Apple Launches The Cheapest iPad | Special Feature for Students

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Posted By Manish Singh

Apple has launched the cheapest iPad ever so far. This iPad, which was launched on March 27, has been specially designed for students. This gadget being promoted in the name of ‘most comfortable ipad’ has brought many special features to students. These laptops will be launched in India in April.

This product of Apple in India will get 28,000 rupees in 32 GB model. While with the Wi-Fi + Mobile Network it will be worth 38,600. This iPad with 9.7 inch screen and Aluminum Display will have a Retina Display. There will be no option for this application in the iPad. HD video camera for video calls and face time.

While the back will have an 8 Megapixel Camera. Along with this iPad will support pencil stylus. This stylus will have to buy 7,600 rupees separately. This iPad will feature features such as the Augmented Reality and Eye Teacher which is not available anywhere else.

Talking about the features, It comes with A10 Fusion Chip and TouchID. The iPad has a FaceTime HD camera and an 8-megapixel rear camera that supports 1080 pixel video recording. The company has claimed that the new iPad will give a power backup of up to 10 hours. In addition to the other features, it has 300 Mbps Altyte Support, Jiroscope, GPS and Compass.

Apple Product Marketing Vice President Greg Josswick said there are 200,000 apps for education and Apple’s most liked iPad 9.7-inch model. The new iPad will be made available in areas including India, Russia, Thailand, Turkey and other countries in South Korea and other countries and regions in April.

Apple’s new iPad will have a different experience creating pencil art. Apple currently supports pencils on the 9.7-inch, 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad model, some of which are more expensive than the current MacBook Air. Apple’s new iPad has been introduced to target students and therefore it is also a bit Cheapest iPad.

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