Apple iPad models have a lot to offer and we're going to talk about just what you need for different types of situations.
Apple has a lot of variety when it comes to their iPads and it shows.
With the selection of the iPad, iPad Mini, iPad Air, iPad Pro and all their variants, it's hard to choose just what's right for you depending on how you plan to use it.
Thankfully, here's the ultimate guide that can help you choose what's best for work, gaming, or simple everyday use.
Best iPad for Everyday Use
If you plan on just browsing the web, watching movies on Netflix, or playing games that aren't as graphic intensive, then the best options for you would be the iPad or the iPad Mini.
It might be considered cheating since we chose two different models but they are more or less identical in specs, except for the size of the display.
The iPad, for example, comes with a 10.2-inch Retina display that is great for viewing. The A12 Bionic chip is still relevant to this day, and there's a choice between 32GB and 128GB storage, and also a battery life of 10 hours that you can enjoy without interruptions.
The cameras are ok, but nothing to brag about. Still, both choices are perfect for the average user.
Best iPad for Work
If you're looking for the very best performance the iPad lineup has to offer, then look no further than the iPad Pro. It boasts 10,000 mini-LEDs, 2,500 local dimming zones, ang dynamic colors that your eyes can appreciate; simply put, the display is amazing.
The iPad Pro has the most powerful chip designed for Apple's laptops, the M1 chip.
Think of the iPad Pro as your very own portable PC with the specs that you need to get work done right away. The display size comes at a comfortable 11 inches display, or the laptop-like 12.9 inches display to have more screen space.
The iPad Pro is perfect for not just the business side of things, but also is amazing for artists both amateur and professional alike.
Storage options are as follows: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB, and 2TB available for only the 12.9-inch. Battery life is the same as the iPad that offers 10 hours, but the camera is on a whole other level.
Best iPad for Power Users
If you're looking for an all-rounder device on the line up, then the best choice we would recommend is to go for the iPad Air. It has better specs than your standard iPad, and is more affordable than the iPad Pro with a slightly less powerful A14 chip.
Display is amazing with a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display. You can comfortably do what you normally do with your iPad with no worries of it stuttering, or dropping in performance.
However, don't expect the tab to multitask properly, such as instances when you're in a Zoom meeting and you want to do something else then the camera will turn off.
If you want to draw and expect good feedback, then your best bet would be to stick with the iPad Pro.
There you have it, the best iPad models for each and everyone and their needs. Overall, the iPad models have their own uses and selected markets and it's up to you to decide on which device to invest in.
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Written by Alec G.