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The iPad Pro, the iPad Mini, and the iPad Air all come in a range of sizes, and while the iPad Pros come in smaller than the smaller models, the smaller iPad Air has an additional 12-inch screen and is also a much more affordable device, costing $499.99.
It is not the only iPad device with an additional screen size however.
The iPad mini is a slightly smaller tablet, with a smaller 9.7-inch display, and also comes with a $129.99 price tag.
The latest generation of the iPad mini, the 9.3-inch iPad Pro with Retina display, is priced at $799.99 with the iPad 8G.
This iPad Pro is the first iPad to come with the Apple Pencil accessory, and is available for $129 on Apple’s website.
The iPad Air is the iPad with Retinas display, which also offers a larger screen than the iPad 9.5-inch model, but offers a higher price tag, $799 on Apple.com.
If you need to work from home, the Apple TV is a much cheaper alternative for the $249 model.
The Apple TV 4K has a larger 4K display, but is also more expensive at $149.99 on Apple, and costs $249 on Amazon.com for the 12-core Apple A8 processor and 4GB of RAM.
Apple’s iPad Mini is the same as the previous generation of iPad, but with an added 16GB of storage and is now available in an 18-inch configuration.
The mini is priced for $499 on Apple and is sold on Amazon for $229.99 in the US.
The Mini’s screen size is also significantly larger, with an 18.8-inch version available at $649.99 for $799 in the USA.
Finally, the new iPad Pro features a 10.1-inch, Super Retina screen with an 8.9-inch full HD display, as well as a more powerful Core i5 processor and 256GB of onboard storage.
The processor is a 7th generation chip, with 3.3GHz dual-core and 2.6GHz quad-core processors.
It also features a 4K video output with HDR and 4K UHD, making it the first tablet to feature 4K Ultra HD video.
The new iPad Air features a 12- and 16-inch Full HD displays, as seen in the iPad 10.5.
It comes with 64GB of internal storage, as opposed to the 16GB that the mini version offers.
The 12- or 16-core model of the Air also comes in a 13-inch variant for $599.99, while the larger iPad Air and the 10.9 or 11.7 models come in 16- and 18-core configurations.
The Air comes with two cameras, a microphone, an accelerometer, and a magnetometer, but there are no other accessories.
The new iPad has an improved camera sensor, including new sensor pixels, which allow it to focus at higher frequencies, and new camera-to-camera integration.
It has a 12MP rear camera with LED flash, a f/2.2 aperture lens, and an optical image stabilization technology that allows the image to be stabilized.
The 10.4-inch Retina iPad Pro comes with an extra 10-megapixel sensor on the rear, and with the same 8GB of memory as the mini.
The device also comes equipped with an optional 10.2-inch Quad HD display.
The 10.6-inch Air comes in two configurations, with either 8GB or 16GB storage.
The 13- and 15-inch iPads also come with an upgraded camera sensor and an upgraded processor.
The larger iPad Pro also comes packed with a much better camera sensor with f/1.7 aperture, while also offering a more advanced optical image stabilisation.
The camera has improved autofocus and image stabilization, and it can shoot 4K resolution video at 60 frames per second.
The 9.9mm iPad Air, meanwhile, has a much faster processor and has a 10-MP sensor.
The Air comes equipped a 10MP camera with a 1.5X optical zoom lens and an f/4 aperture, and has the same resolution as the iPad.
The 8GB and 16GB iPad Airs are available in both models, but you will need to pay extra for the 32GB iPad Pro.
There are also new iPads with a slightly higher screen resolution.
The larger iPad 11-inch comes with the 10-inch retina display, while its 16- or 20-inch models are available with a 13 or 16.3 inch display.