Apple has recently launched its 8th generation iPad in India, which starts at the price of Rs. 29,900. This iPad review is going to be fun, as the gadget is quite an impressive one. It consists of features that are necessarily needed and a useful device for those who work from home or belong to the stay-at-home world. It offers a 10.2 inch screen display, which seems to be an attractive feature. In comparison to other rivals, it is a recommended option for customers given the affordable price. It is a package of features and class, and it is also a gadget worth spending for.
But how is it different from iPad 7th generation? The answer lies with your budget limit that you are ready to spend, and the rest will be explained in iPad review. If you want to spend Rs. 6,000 less over a tablet, then you should run 7th generation. Both the tablets provide the performance well and fast.
iPad Review: What are the different features?
The company provided last year’s model a 10.2 inch screen with a resolution of 2160 x 1620 pixels. The same feature with a retina display is designed in the new model of 8th generation, and it performs equally well. The size of the new iPad is the same and the weight of 490 grams is heavier in comparison to 483 grams of the previous one. The designing language is similar to the 7th generation with a plastic strip on the top for better network performance. The 8 megapixel rear camera given to the new iPad is similar to the previous one, which settles on a flush with the thin aluminium body of the tablet. Most of the Apple tablet designs are the same, as it does not change much, but yes, they surely are given a much fancier look. It is given round edges and brushed metals with a 1.2 megapixel front camera for selfies. It also consists of stereo speakers and touch ID below the screen through the round button. All of these features are pretty much similar to the previous one, but there is one biggest difference and that is the A12 Bionic processor. The previous iPad was designed with the A10 Bionic processor. The A12 Bionic processor is faster up to 40%.
iPad Review: How is the performance?
During the iPad review, it was noticeable that it works faster and very well, as any iPad should be or expected to be. It is better in performance, if you compare it to any Android versions of tablet. But in comparison to iPad with expensive prices such as iPad Pro or iPad Air, it lacks a bit in performance, which has many reasons. With a 10.2 inch screen iPad, it feels a little updated with the generations and helpful with the loads of work we are getting to handle. In comparison to other expensive iPad models, it does not show rich colors. The games and videos do not feel like popping out of the screen, but it feels enough though, as the iPad still offers better screen performance than any other model out there. The designing and quality of the build materials are impressive, even if it is compared to the expensive ones, it is an updated one. In the new iPad, there is no exotic finish and flattened edges. You will be familiar to the face of designing to the moment taking it out of the box. Its appearance is no longer much exciting or surprising, but still offers better performance than any other rivals. It is comfortable while using it and fits well with the balance of the screen. The quality is excellent while watching videos on it or scrolling down on the internet. It is quite large in case you want to play games while lying down, but the mini iPad fits perfect for these things.
It is desirable to watch videos, working from home, online classes, watching movies, playing games, especially when you are stuck at home with a 10.2 inch screen iPad. The output of the performance from the new iPad is impressive, as it is easier to accomplish tasks without getting interrupted by lags or jitters or any kind of hurdles which will distract from getting the job done. The split screen mode can be difficult to handle, and you will need time to get used to it. The landscape mode also has its own advantage in the tablet.
The front camera quality is good for video calls, but it might not be comparable to the front cameras designed into the expensive smartphones. The picture quality of the rear 8 megapixel camera is the output that you usually get from the mid range smartphones. While writing this iPad review, I found this quite fascinating in the matter of running games smoothly. The browsing performance is impressive and better than getting output from any laptop with a better viewing quality. The multimedia experience is quite fun as well. You also get a one year free subscription to Apple TV+, which is offered in any Apple device nowadays. The battery capacity is also good, and it was easy to spend one whole day with the given battery life. It is offered with a 20W charger, which is not normal in other iPhones. It also comes with a Smart keyboard and Gen Pencil. The keyboard can be useful if the work requires extra efforts, but it will need extra budget to spend. The keyboard and Gen Pencil are additional items. It will cost Rs. 13,900 to order additional items. It can be paired with a gaming controller to get comfortable while playing.
Conclusion: iPad Review
There are things that can be better by improvising such as rear and front cameras, and also base storage. But the iPad stands differently in the crowd, which is undoubtedly believed, and the reason is iPadOS. It is fairly recommended to ease your work from home necessities and to avoid boredom by playing games or watching videos. It has great browsing speed and is faster than any other Android device. It might lack some of the features and specifications in the comparison of latest and expensive iPads, but still stands perfectly for the given price.
Apple iPad 8th Gen Review
Apple has recently launched its 8th generation iPad in India, which starts at the price of Rs. 29,900. This iPad review is going to be fun, as the gadget is quite an impressive one.
Apple iPad 8th Gen Review