There is always a lot of hype for any new Apple launch. But with all that hype they always manage to keep the actual product a secret. Their latest launch is the new iPad which is a successor to the previous iPad Air 2. There are a few changes to the product as usual, some additions have been made. Let’s talk about them.
The first thing you notice is that the new iPad is largely then the old iPad Air 2. Although larger does not mean by display. It still has the same 9.7 inch Retina display. But it is thicker them the Air 2. The iPad is 7.5mm thick in comparison to the 6.1mm thickness off the Air 2. The significant change starts on the inside. It runs on the A9 chipset in comparison to the A8X that ran the Air 2. You get two memory options of 32GB and 128GB. On the back of the device is an 8MP camera with f2.4 aperture and 1080p video recording. On the front of the device is a 1.2MP selfie shooter with 720p video recording. It also has stereo speakers.
The thicker body provides a larger 32.4Wh battery that gives it about 10 hours of battery life. You will see changes in the price too. The 32GB iPad has a price tag of $329 and the 128GB model has a price tag of $429. The cellular model of the 32GB will cost you $459 and for the 128GB you will have to spend $559. You will be able to get the new iPad in Silver, Space Gray, and Gold. Sales will start from 24th March in the US, Australia, Canada, the UK, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and a few more. It will launch in Denmark, India, Mexico, Norway, Turkey and a few other countries in April. Brazil, Taiwan and a few other countries and regions will launch it in May. So they are planning on going all around the world within summer.
Source | Apple