|Standing screen display size||10.2 Inches|
Apple iPad (10.2-inch, Wi-Fi, 32GB) - Space Grey (Latest Model)
- 10.2-inch Retina display
- A10 Fusion chip
- Touch ID fingerprint sensor and Apple Pay
- 8MP back camera, 1.2MP FaceTime HD front camera
- Stereo speakers
- 802.11ac Wi-Fi
- Up to 10 hours of battery life
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Create, learn, work and play like never before on the immersive 10.2 Inch Retina display. Support for the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil. Over a million apps available on the App Store, including Apple Arcade games. Front and back cameras. Wi-Fi and 4G LTE Advanced. All-day battery life. And it comes with iPadOS, which unlocks a whole new world of capability. It’s unbelievably fun. And unmistakably iPad.
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I thought I was getting brand new iPad
Lesson learn. I went to argos
Multitasking, pen support, use of the iPad as a desktop extension with iMac and of course excellent performance in a polished package. Battery life is excellent, I use the device several hours a day and sometime even find the device still running in the morning after falling asleep whilst watching something.
The device also came with a free 1 year AppleTV+ subscription at the time of purchase. Whilst the AppleTV+ service is still ints infancy, the AppleTV app is a good aggregator of other online services used on the device, showing suggestions from Amazon Prime, UK TV players (BBC, ITV, Channel 4, 5), and allowing you to jump to the corresponding app to pick up a program where you left it or watch something new. This is a nice app from this perspective, and it has become my media hub.
My favourite feature is really the pen functionality. it is a powerful and useful feature, but it doesn't come close to Ms Surface pen implementation in my humble opinion. But why should it? It is not aimed at the same audience. I use a no name pen to annotate documents or create quick diagrams using Microsoft OneNote, for this purpose the device is perfectly fit for purpose.
The only feature I am missing is the ability to manage my apps screens from my desktop PC, which meant quite a lot time spent re arranging app icons one by one when I set up the device.
The capacity is not enough to accommodate a large amount of data. 32GB is not the free capacity available out of the box. The operating system and pre-installed apps already use quite a bit of this space. Install a few apps, download a few songs and you will have only a couple of GBs left, barely enough to download 1 movie ahead of a trip. This is not an issue for me, but this is something to be aware of.
I really enjoy using this device and am very happy with my purchase. I would therefore recommend this model but only if like me you only work/play in the cloud, anything more you'll need one of the higher capacity models.