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iPad 7: The Best iPad for Most People

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The iPad 7, is the latest entry-level iPad, it is the first entry-level iPad to get the support of Smart Connector, and Apple Pencil. Another major great thing about iPad 7 is that it has a 10.2-inch display rather than a 9.7-inch like its predecessor. Additions of these features had made the iPad 7, perfect for almost everyone out there.

Form Factor

Going from a 9.7-inch display to a 10.2-inch one, might not look like a huge upgrade on paper, but the extra on-screen real estate enhances user experience. Other than better viewing, the bigger display also allows it to be compatible with the second-generation 10.5-inch iPad Pro keyboard. IPad 7 is just slightly larger than the last version, the size increase does not immensely affect the portability of the tablet.

The 7th-generation iPad is slightly thicker than the 11.5-inch iPad Pro, but the tapered edges help it to look and feel slimmer. iPad Pro does look significantly modern, but if all you want is a device to work on documents and consume media, iPad 7 is just about perfect.

iPad 7 might not be the top contender for being a laptop replacer but if you’re looking for a device that is easy to carry, doesn’t break the bank, iPad 7 might just replace your laptop. Keeping in mind the iPad can’t handle super performance-oriented tasks.


Usability

The A10 Fusion chip found on the iPad 7, was initially introduced in the iPhone 7 back in 2016, it is definitely not as powerful as Apple-designed chips on the recent Apple devices, but it has enough processing power to handle most tasks that iPad 7 users will need. For starters, it can easily handle any word processing app, browsing the web, productivity apps such as Pages, Notes, OneNote, PowerPoint, and others.

Gaming is also an option on the iPad 7, with an amazing display and powerful enough processor, you can game mid-range games, and also do some basic video editing on apps like iMovie. 7th-generation iPad can also handle multitasking thanks to the features on the iPadOS 13.


Battery Life & Storage

Just like other iPads, the 7th-generation iPad will last around 10 hours on average. The battery life is respectable and will vary depending on the individual users, and what brightness setting the want and what sort of apps they use.

Storage-wise, there are only two options to choose from, users can opt for a 32GB version, or get 4X the storage with 128GB version. For users buying an iPad to work on documents or browse the web, 32GB might be enough.


Hardware

TouchID helps iPad 7 become more secure, it might not be as secure and snappy as FaceID, but it makes logging into your iPad faster when compared to inputting a password/pin.

The 10.2-inch display with a resolution of 2160-by-1620-pixel at 264 pixels/inch (PPI) is great. Brightness levels are also respectable at 500 nits. The camera on the iPad 7 is also just enough for use cases iPad 7 will go through, it features an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with ƒ/2.4 aperture and a 1.2-megapixel front-facing FaceTime HD camera.


Compatible Companions

Support for the first-generation Apple pencil is one of the most useful features. Apple Pencil makes the iPad 7 even more fun to use, and it makes taking notes, editing photos, and other tasks easier and faster. It might not be suitable for sketching, but it works just fine for the average user.

Another great addition you can do on the iPad 7 is attached to a smart keyboard, this makes iPad 7 a true laptop replacer. With the help of a keyboard, users can type fast, this feature is beneficial for people working on Word documents and has to reply to a lot of emails.


Verdict

The iPad 7 is arguably the most bang for the buck product in the entire Apple device lineup, and it is surely the most value-packed tablet that any company is offering right now. If you’re looking for a new computer to accomplish your daily tasks such as web browsing, reading, media consumption, and work with productivity apps, the iPad 7 is totally recommended for you.


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