Apple also gives the standard, entry-level iPad some love. The ninth generation iPad comes with an A13 bionic chip, a front 12MP camera with the Center Stage feature for improved video calls as seen from last year’s iPad Pro.
Everything else though is pretty much the same. Even the 10.2-inch display, except this one now supports True Tone that automatically adjusts the screen’s color. According to Apple, the A13 is 20 percent faster than last year’s iPad model.
The iPad has 64GB of storage, and supports the first generation Apple Pencil and Apple Smart Keyboard. If you need a simpler mobile workstation that is more affordable compared to the rest of the iPad lineup, the entry-level iPad is an excellent choice.