Apple introduced its newest school-friendly iPad featuring an Apple Pencil support which can let users “draw” and a 200GB of free iCloud storage.
According to a report from Techspot.com, the latest iPad priced at $329 which features a 9.7-inch display is Apple’s entry to compete with Chromebooks that are abundant in schools.
Another impressive feature of the latest Apple product are augmented reality applications that will let the iPad virtually place objects in classrooms such as that of Google’s Expeditions AR.
The iPad also has a rear facing 8-megapixel camera same with its 2017 model and a Touch ID fingerprint reader.
Aside from the Apple Pencil support, Logitech also created a third-party stylus meant for kids called the Crayon.
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