As part of the Apple announcements today at the education focused event in Chicago, Apple introduced/refreshed an iPad aimed mostly at students. The heart of the iPad is similar to a previous 9.7-inch design, but with Apple’s A10 Fusion chip at the core, and several updated features to bring it more in-line with Apple’s latest hardware and software features, as well as introducing Apple Pencil support that was previously only available on the iPad Pro. The new iPad will follow a number of similar features to the previous 9.7-inch version, including the screen resolution, TouchID, a new HD FaceTime camera, a rear camera with 8MP resolution, and will be rated up to 10 hours of battery life. The Apple A10 Fusion chip, as originally found...
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