iPad is recommended to be simpler. White or black? How much storage do you want? These were the days. The tablets were confusing space and the iPad brought clarity. Now Apple sells five different iPads with two different connectors and two different Apple pencils.
Which means clarity looks slightly different. Of course, Apple still offers clear documentation to explain any change that Apple's Pencil works with which iPad model.
While this move means that every iPad is now compatible with Apple Pencil of its kind, its brand ̵
Today's announcement of the renewed iPad Mini and iPad Air shows Apple in a rare form by returning old ideas to the foreground rather than killing them boldly. such as the headphone jack, optical drive, or 30-pin iPod connector. It's good to see that it wants to upgrade older tablets with some advanced hardware features and features, but highlights how confusing and confusing the business is when it comes to buying the iPad (and accessories for it). This scandalous tweet comes to mind:
Meanwhile, let's take a look at iPad Air. Air was once the most precious model Apple offered, and now its rebirth is placed somewhere in the middle of the package, above the new iPad Mini, but under the iPad Pro. As Dieter thinks below, what does "air" mean? It is no longer the most powerful option, nor does it have the most dazzling design. He has a headphone jack.
No matter which iPad you buy, you should know that buying the latest model does not guarantee that you will get all the features you want. Now there are clear compromises: the high-tech iPad Pro uses USB-C and has no headphone jack, but the cheapest, sixth-generation iPad uses the Lightning connector, which is on all iPhones and has a favorite 3.5mm audio socket. Meanwhile, there is a new iPad mini that already has a faster processor but less storage than the outgoing iPad 4 at the same price of $ 400. You might want to check a comparison table or, I dare say, wait for our reviews just -classified models before you buy.
The current line-up of iPads nods both the past and the future of Apple, which is great if you're a fan of the iPad. But for everyone else it may be unnecessarily complicated.