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Forget the $1299 iPad Pro — The iPad 10th Generation Just Plummeted to a New All-Time Low at Amazon

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During Apple’s recent “Let Loose” event, the tech giant unveiled several upgrades for its iPad lineup, catering to a diverse range of user preferences.

From a bigger iPad Air to powerful new Apple Silicon chips and a new Apple Pencil Pro, the event was packed with exciting announcements.

Among the new features announced today, Apple also dropped the price of its basic iPad (10th generation) to just $350.

The 10th-generation iPad, which was released last fall, is now Apple’s most basic iPad model. It replaces the older iPads with the A13 chip and the round Home button.

The cheapest iPad Apple sells right now is the 10th generation. It has an A14 Bionic chip, which isn’t the newest, but it’s still powerful enough for everyday tasks.

While the 10th-generation iPad offers solid performance, the new iPad Air and iPad Pro boast the latest M2 and M4 chips.

These chips are the same ones found in Apple’s top-of-the-line MacBook computers, making them much faster and more powerful.

If you need the absolute best performance from your iPad, these new ones are for you. They’re packed with power, making them ideal for demanding tasks and a smoother user experience overall.

The new iPads are super powerful, but if you just need something for everyday things like browsing the web or watching videos, the 10th generation iPad is a great choice at a lower price.

Founder & Editor-in-Chief

Herby has a healthy obsession with all things technology, especially smartphones. He loves to rip things apart to see how they work. He is responsible for the editorial direction, strategy, and growth of Gotechtor.

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