Sometimes you just want to casually work on your task without the burden of setting up your PC or laptop. Sometimes you also want to complete your work in a screen that’s bigger than your smartphone. While using a smartphone and a PC has its own benefits, why not combine the main characteristics of the two and combine them into one? This is what the Apple iPad can do.
With the Apple iPad, you can have the best of both worlds in the palm of your hands. The Apple iPad is available in various sizes, all with its own special features and specifications. Keep reading to find out the features of the Apple iPad and its variants.
The original Apple iPad is as no-frills as you can get; it’s the perfect starter iPad if you want to purchase your first tablet. The Apple iPad has a 9.7-inch Retina display, Touch ID fingerprint sensor, WiFi and 4G LTE, 8MP and Facetime HD cameras, and runs on a 64-bit A9 chip. The Apple iPad is available in the colors Silver, Space Gray, and Gold.
Apple iPad Mini 4
If the original iPad is still too big for you, you can opt for the iPad Mini 4 from Apple Hong Kong. Coming in at only 6.1mm thin, this 298 grams iPad still has all the same features as the original Apple iPad. It’s powered by the A8 chip, has a FaceTime HD camera, and the Touch ID to unlock the iPad. You can also connect the Apple iPad Mini through WiFi or 4G LTE. Similar to the original Apple iPad, the iPad Mini 4 can be purchased in the colors Gold, Silver, and Space Gray.
Apple iPad Pro
In need of something bigger? Worry not because the Apple iPad Pro can be your solution. The iPad Pro comes in 2 sizes: the 10.5-inch with Retina display and the 12.9-inch also with Retina display. However, no matter which size you choose, both Apple iPad Pro runs on the A10X Fusion 64-bit chip and allows you to do more than the previous two iPads. The Apple iPad Pro also comes in 3 different colors with the exception of the 10.9-inch tablet where you can choose a Rose Gold finish.
The option is endless when it comes to the Apple iPad; you can illustrate and draw on the Notes app using the Apple Pencil, type your article or script when paired with the Apple Smart Keyboard, create presentations and charts with the Keynote app, or edit your videos with the iMovie app. While you can’t run larger apps on the iPad as you would on your laptops, you can still do more with these tablets than with your smartphones.