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Did the $330 price tag for the latest Apple iPad feel a little too high for you? Right now as one of many early Prime Day deals, the latest Apple iPad is down to just $300, saving you $30. For the absolute latest technology, this is a fantastic deal if you’re in the market for a brand-new iPad. It’s just one of the many great Prime Day iPad deals we’re expecting to see in the coming days, but we can’t see this one getting any cheaper. It’s a rare discount on a very new and highly sought-after product after all.
The latest Apple iPad has everything you would expect from Apple and more. It offers a gorgeous-looking 10.2-inch Retina display so that, whether you’re typing up a document or watching your favorite show on Netflix, it looks fantastic. Alongside that is an A12 Bionic chip processor which ensures everything is super speedy at all times. That means loading up new apps is fast but it also means you can dive into the latest games on Apple Arcade and enjoy them at the speed and quality you deserve.
The latest Apple iPad also has an 8MP back camera and a 1.2MP FaceTime HD front camera so you’re well served whether you’re making a video call with friends or taking some quick snaps while out and about. With up to 10 hours of battery life, you won’t have to worry about recharging it throughout the day either as it should last you a decent length of time.
Throw in security features like Touch ID for secure authentication, Apple Pay support, and support for the Apple Pencil (1st generation) and the smart keyboard, and the Apple iPad is an impressively versatile device. Whether you’re using it for work or pleasure, or a little bit of both, you’ll be happy with everything it offers.
Ordinarily priced at $330, the new Apple iPad is down to just $300 as part of Amazon’s early Prime Day deals. We can’t see it staying at this price for long given that it’s a rare discount on a brand-new product, so if you’re keen to upgrade, we suggest jumping on board as soon as possible. You won’t be disappointed.
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