Whether you want a daily device to stream movies and play games, a powerful mobile creative hub, or an outstanding, adaptable laptop alternative, the iPad line-up of Apple offers a range of possibilities to select from if you want a tablet. And with Prime Day in Amazon just around the corner, it’s now the perfect time for you.
The brand new entry-level 10.2-inch iPad and iPad Air 4 were introduced by Apple this year from a new iPad Pro in March. Some updates are more iterative, while others, such as the iPad Air, are much more significant.
In March of this year, the 2020 iPad Pro retains the first design on the 2018 model. However, the new tablet adds a LiDAR sensor and a second, ultra-wide rear camera. The 10.2-inch iPad now runs the A12 system on a single chip, but otherwise, it is usually unchanged. Only the iPad Air has been updated massively with a brand new design and screen size (10,9 inches), support for Apple Pencil 2, a series of new colors, and the latest system-on-a-chip for Apple A14.
The iPad Pro and the 10.2-inch iPad are now readily available. The new 10.9-inch iPad Air 4 will not be shipping in October until a while.
Best iPad Deals On Prime Day
The iPad Air 4 is not even out, so the offer will be rarely anyway. Meanwhile, you’re able to get your hands on the new 10.2-inch iPad, the iPad Pro, and the iPad Air that’s still on sale at Amazon. Here are currently the best Prime Day deals on iPads.
iPad 8 (32GB, 2020)
iPad mini (256GBGB, 2019)
You can get a lot on the 256 GB version of the iPad mini 5 when you want a tiny tablet but need more than 64 GB of storage. It has fantastic specs and the storage is quadrupled. $63 Off at Amazon.
iPad Pro (11-inch, 2020)
For a little time now, the 2020 iPad Pro is around, so we expect it to get slightly off when Amazon starts running its iPad Prime Day deals. The smaller iPad Pro, powered by the A12Z, supports the magical keys of the Apple Pencil 2 and is now one of Apple’s most powerful mobile devices. $59 Off at Amazon.
iPad Pro (12.9-inch, 2020)
As we expect Apple’s most expensive tablet to be included in the iPad prime day deal, it’s already offset on Amazon, where you can take it at approximately $59 less than its usual initial price.