Apple launched a new iPad on Tuesday at the event in Chicago. The new iPad comes with a support of Apple Pencil. The main reason behind the launch of iPad with a Pencil support is to take on Google Chrome book and Microsoft Windows Laptops which are dominating education market in the US.
iPad (2018) comes with a 9.7 inches IPS display with 2048×1536 of resolution and 264 PPI pixel density. It runs on Apple A9 Soc, the RAM and battery specifications have not been detailed by Apple yet. The iPad comes with an 8MP rear camera with f/2.4 aperture and a 1.2MP front camera with a f/2.2 aperture.
Talking about connectivity, iPad comes with 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2 and A-GPS. It also includes a Fingerprint sensor on the home button and includes sensors like accelerometer, ambient light sensor, barometer, digital compass and 3-axis gyroscope.
iPad comes with update apps like a new version of iWork app, users can now draw directly on the Keynote, Pages, and Numbers, with the support of Apple Pencil.
The iPad (2018) is priced at $299 (Rs. 19,400) for schools and $329 (Rs. 21,300) for other customers. The 32GB iPad (2018) version is priced at Rs 28,000 while the Wi-Fi + Cellular model is priced at Rs 38,600.