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Introducing iPad (8th Gen) – with the power of a computer, and the portability of iPad. It’s designed so you can work easily with touch. 


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All about iPad (8th Gen)

It has the power of a computer. And the portability of iPad.
iPad features advanced, Apple‑designed chips that transform how you experience photos, gaming and augmented reality. They also make iPad powerful enough to handle the apps you use every day. Even pro apps like Adobe Photoshop CC.

And all that power really travels.
iPad is incredibly thin and so light you can carry it with you. And it has up to 9 hours of battery life to surf the web using a mobile data network. Stay connected with fast Wi‑Fi and up to Gigabit‑class LTE. You can even print, project and send files wirelessly.


Data plan is required. Gigabit-class LTE, 4G LTE Advanced, 4G LTE and Wi-Fi calling are available in selected markets and through selected carriers. Speeds are based on theoretical throughput and vary based on site conditions and carrier. For details on LTE support, contact your carrier and see 

It’s designed so you can do things easily with touch. 
iPad does what a computer does, but in more intuitive ways. Whether you want to focus on a single app or use multiple apps at the same time, it’s easy to do with a few taps. Move objects between apps simply by dragging and dropping, or switch apps with a single swipe.

It’s familiar to use but makes for an entirely new experience.
iPadOS is full of features designed specifically for iPad, and there are even more when you use an Apple Pencil or a trackpad. It’s built on the same foundation as iOS, so it shares many of the same great apps and features. And just like your iPhone, using iPad is just as simple as tap, swipe, pinch and zoom.


Supports Apple Pencil (1st generation). Apple Pencil is sold separately.

Your stuff is safer.
That’s because iPad comes with advanced security features like Touch ID for secure authentication.


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