The seventh generation iPad was introduced at the Apple Special Event, which we transferred with the contributions of The Business Bank of Turkey. Tim Cook stated that iPadOS and iPad have expanded what they can do, adding that 1 million apps have been designed for iPad so far. Cook invited Greg Jozwek to the stage to introduce the new iPad.
Introduced at the event, the new iPad stands out for its better keyboard and pen integration. With a 10.2-inch retina display, iPad has 3.3 x pixels, 3.7 times wider and 2x faster than the best-selling laptop on the market.
The new iPad connects to a full-size keyboard thanks to the Smart connector feature, and has more integration with the pen. Especially on the new iPad, which focuses on performing the task, users can quickly switch between apps in side over mode. Text typing is also easier thanks to the new floating keyboard feature added to the iPad, where multiple apps are easy to run.
The flash memory running feature of the iPad, which has more editing options for the photo app, is also changing the workflow on the device. Users can also take a screenshot with a pen on an iPad.
Made from 100 per cent converted aluminium, the new iPad will be available starting at $329. IPads for training will be available with a price tag of $299. The new iPad opens for order starting today, and delivery will begin on September 30th.
Watch the Apple 2019 link to get all the news from our event coverage.