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On the surface, making the decision on which iPad to buy should be pretty straightforward, right? All you have to do is go for the newest model. We wish making the decision was that simple.

These three Apple iPad models have unique strengths. These iPads have a close look, making it more important to make an informed decision when making a choice.

It is vital to have good knowledge of what you are buying before spending your money. This buying guide helps you with the latest iPads and points out the significant difference between them.

 

Apple iPad

 

The best Apple iPad is the standard 10.2 inches iPad for most scenarios. The latest version of this iPad had the A12 Bionic chip in place of the A10. The A12 debuted in 2018 on the iPhone XS.

This means that users get to enjoy better multitasking, with games and apps running slightly faster. The screen size is the same as last year’s, coming at 10.2 inches. There is a home button that is Touch ID, and it supports the intelligent keyboard and the first-generation Apple Pencil. The keyboard allows you to do some more light work.

 

On the surface, making the decision on which iPad to buy should be pretty straightforward, right? All you have to do is go for the newest model. We wish making the decision was that simple.

However, there are some downsides here. The first one is the air grip between the screen and glass, which is more than the space you’d find in the iPad Pro, and the Air Mini. The tablet is fantastic and entirely usable, but the screen’s pixels, especially with the glass does not give the best look. You’d especially notice this when you are using the Pencil for drawings.

 

 iPad Air

 

The iPad Air is the 4th Generation from Apple. This iPad Air delivers so much that you might think of buying it in place of the Apple iPad Pro. The performance and speed are on the same level as the Pro, and it also features the A14 Bionic. It has the same looks as the Pro, with slim and uniform edges around its screen.

However, there are some downsides here. The first one is the air grip. The space between the glass and screen is more than the space you’d find in the iPad Mini or Pro. The tablet is fantastic and entirely usable, but the screen’s pixels don’t look the best combined with the glass. You’d especially notice this when you are using the Pencil for drawings.

 

You get many of the same features, including second-gen Apple Pencil which comes attached with the iPad. The pencil automatically charges and pairs. It also comes with a USB type C port. This means that you can use your MacBook charger to charge up your iPad.

Although It comes with no home button, Apple integrated Touch ID into the power button. This makes it easy for you to use your fingerprint to authenticate purchases or for simple unlocking purposes. It also comes with no Face ID feature, which is good news if you do not like the idea of using a Face ID feature.

 

iPad Pro

 

The Apple iPad Pro is a classy type of iPad. The 12.9 inches comes with a unique display and uses the new technology of the backlit mini-LED display. Even though, unlike the iPhone, the Apple iPad Pro comes with an LCD and not OLED. It has LED lights that deliver good range, has better contrast, lightens the screen, and promotes an overall screen brightness.

These new model iPad pros come with the same chip that works with Apple’s MacBooks. Although the Apple iPad Pro’s software is yet to catch up with the kind of power that comes with the M1 chip, the new improvements in the coming operating systems will put versatility in the iPads.

 

The Apple iPad Pro is the only iPad with a screen refresh of 120-Hz-which enables smooth scrolling. It also comes with a face ID, multiple speakers to give quality to the sound, and a better set of microphones that allow your voice to sound clearer over calls. It also comes with a new rear camera which comes with an ultra-wide lens. This lens will enable you to take clear pictures in sweeping scenes.

Although you might probably not use AR apps, you’ll get a lidar sensor that works well with an intelligent keyboard and magic keyboard. Most importantly, it comes with a selfie camera that makes video calls super easy, making the iPad more mobile. If that convinces you now you can trade in MacBook with us for cash and buy an iPad to achieve the most mobility with a big screen.