Introducing iPad (7th gen)

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We’re excited to announce the launch of the iPad (7th gen), available now from Telstra.


Create, learn, work and play like never before on the immersive 10.2-inch Retina display. Stay connected with Wi-Fi and 4GX capability, and all-day battery life. The iPad 10.2 supports the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil, and comes with iPadOS, which unlocks a whole new world of capability. It's unbelievably fun. And unmistakably iPad.


Accessories are sold separately. iPad (7th generation) is compatible with Apple Pencil (1st generation) and the Smart Keyboard. Data plan is required. 4GX available in 4GX enabled areas. Check coverage at Battery life varies by use and configuration; see for more information.


Why you’ll love the iPad (7th gen)

10.2-inch Retina display.
With incredible detail and vivid colours, the new, larger Retina display is perfect for watching a movie, working on a project and drawing your next masterpiece.

The iPad screen is 10.2 inches diagonally.

A10 Fusion chip.
With the A10 Fusion chip, you can edit a 4K video, play graphics-intensive games and experience AR apps.

Data charges may apply.

Front and back cameras.
The built-in FaceTime HD camera and 8-megapixel back camera allow you to take amazing photos, shoot epic videos, scan documents and make FaceTime calls.

Data charges may apply.

With features specifically designed for iPad, iPadOS includes intuitive multitasking, a new Home screen and desktop-class browsing to make using iPad more powerful, fun and productive.

Thin, light and durable design.
iPad is built to be durable, so you have peace of mind knowing you can take it anywhere you go. And now the enclosure is made from 100% recycled aluminium.

Find out more about iPad (7th gen).

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My Nighthawk M1 returned from having the battery replaced and now I find that my data use has almost doubled. Has anyone else experienced this and how did you convince Telstra that it wasn't just a simple case of the extra data being used up.