T3 Magazine|December 2019
The most important thing about Apple’s new cheap iPad is that it doesn’t feel cheap in any way. Not only is it nearly physically identical to the more expensive iPad Air, it’s also an extremely slick and fast tablet. For a lot of stuff, it has everything you need – a sharp 10.2-inch screen, a speedy Apple A10 processor and tons of apps. But the iPad Air still offers an upgrade in almost every area, for £130 more, so the question is whether this really is enough for you, or whether you’d be better off with its big brother, or the iPad mini.
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