Apple is Planning to Launch the Cheapest 9.7-inch iPad Yet

Inside sources confirm that Apple wants to make their iPads the best selling tablet ever and in an attempt, the company is already worked on the cheapest 9.7-inch iPad yet which will be priced at just $250.

After cutting down on some of the nifty features, Apple previously launched the $329 iPad which attracted a lot of educational institutions and paved way for boosted sales in most countries. Skipping names like Air and lightweight, they created a product which had a bigger bezel and gap between the display, increased weight but still the affordable price tag helped sell more devices

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A similar strategy will be applied one more time as Apple plans to use a cheaper Retina screen, better resolution and also cut down on processor because tablet users don’t demand that much power. Besides, at $250, it will be the best media device that most buyers would expect and the price point will make the company extremely popular in growing markets where their products are considered premium in every respect.

The new 9.7-inch Apple iPad is expected to be launched in Spring 2018 but it is to be seen the kind of compromises they make to achieve the pricing.

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