The cheapest iPad may not seem at first glance like it could be the stand-out product of Apple’s big 2019 iPhone event, but it’s more important than you might think. Now clocking in at 10.2-inches rather than the old 9.7-inch screen, the new iPad (2019) arguably has a tougher job than an iPhone 11 Pro does.
For a start, Apple needs to consider its entry-level price. 60-percent of buyers’ first experience with an iPad is the most affordable model, Apple confirmed today, and that means even a slight increase in price could end up dissuading people taking their first step onto the iPadOS tablet ladder.
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