Apple Affordable iPad Launched For Education Focused Motive: Apple has released its new affordable 9.7-inch iPad model on Tuesday at its event at Chicago’s Lane Tech College Prep High School. The newly launched iPad supports Apple Pencil and it also supports all the new versions of Apple word processing, spreadsheet and presentation apps. As already supposed that this event – hosted by Apple would mainly be focused on Education will surely provide benefits to the students at the comparatively low price. The newly launched iPad was the main center of attraction at the event.

Affordable iPad Launched For students

                                Features of newly launched iPad

This iPad is coming with most of the Apple’s best features including Retina display, Apple pencil support, A10 fusion chip, it supports TouchID, have the 8-megapixel camera and many more features at the very affordable price. Newly launched iPad have apps such as Boulevard AR’s app which helps students to see a museum virtually so that they can look at the artwork and another app name as WWF app that makes them have look on wildlife for their studies and projects. However, by using the app named as Froggipedia, students will be able to dissect virtual frog by using the Apple Pencil. All these apps will be the helping tool for the students.


Visual frog disscetion

For the students, Apple has provided up to 200GB free iCLoud storage and it supports 10 hours of battery life. Near about 200,000 apps has been made for education to help the students.
At the event hosted by Apple, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook shared some of his view on Apple’s inspiration from the students that may bring changes in technologies.

The new iPad is available to order and Apple will start the shipping of the orders from this week. The iPad will be available at cost $299 exclusively for schools while other consumers can have this it cost $329.


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