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Apple gives the iPad 10 a $100 price cut

The tenth-generation Apple iPad is now considerably cheaper. (Image: Apple)
The tenth-generation Apple iPad is now considerably cheaper. (Image: Apple)
Apple has reduced the list price of the tenth-generation iPad by $100, making the tablet cheaper than ever before. This price cut applies to both storage configurations (64 and 256 GB) and to models with cellular connectivity.

At the same time as the launch of the next-generation iPad Pro and iPad Air, Apple discontinued its ninth-generation iPad and significantly reduced the recommended retail price of its tenth-generation iPad. The basic model with 64 GB memory now costs just $349 in the Apple Online Store instead of the previous $449, while the 256 GB top model is now available for $499 instead of $599. Since the cheapest iPad Air currently costs at least $599, the mid-range tablet from 2022 is still an interesting and cheaper alternative. 

The tenth-generation iPad is equipped with an Apple A14 Bionic, the same processor used in the iPhone 12. The 10.9-inch IPS panel has a resolution of 2560 x 1640 and a brightness of 500 nits, which is also compatible with the Apple Pencil, albeit the cheaper Apple Pencil with USB-C as well as the first-generation Apple Pencil. The device has a 12 MP ultra-wide-angle front camera and a 12 MP f/1.8 main camera. The 28.6 Wh battery is charged via USB-C. Regardless of the selected storage configuration, 4 GB of RAM is always on board. A 5G modem is available for a surcharge of $150.


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Hannes Brecher, 2024-05- 8 (Update: 2024-05- 8)