Apple’s big September event this year took the wraps off two exciting new updates to the iPad range, in the form of the all-new iPad Air and the 8th generation of the standard iPad.
Both look like really excellent options for the “mid-range” pricing tiers that Apple’s targetting, coming in below the iPad Pro range’s costs but still bringing some of the same great features, or even some upgrades. Which is right for you, though? We’ve compared them around some key elements, below.
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