2020 iPad 8th Gen Review

Lisa Gade reviews the 2020 refresh of the 10.2” iPad. This is the base model that starts at $329 and ships with iPadOS 14 and the Apple A12 Bionic CPU. The tablet has an IPS 2160 x 1620 display that’s compatible with Apple Pencil 1, and it’s available with optional 4G LTE. The 490g Apple tablet has a headphone jack, very good stereo speakers, and is available in silver, space gray and gold colors. Beyond a pleasing display, Pencil support and smart connector for keyboards, the appeal of Apple’s most affordable iPad is the vast ecosystem of apps.
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2020 iPad 8th Gen Review – Video published on YouTube by MobileTechReview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYm50hnXs8g

18 thoughts on “2020 iPad 8th Gen Review

  1. Satish Vinayak says:

    There are tons on videos
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    That’s a fee advice

  2. Living On iPad says:

    Enjoyed the review, just a couple of points, the processor (a12) was released in the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR, not the iPhone X and Apple Works reached End of Life in 2007 to be replaced by iWork. ?

  3. PortableMediaReviews says:

    The non-laminated screen just scares me away; I recently bought a switch lite which had dust under its non-laminated screen literally out of the box.

  4. Tony NewGuy says:

    Walmart in the U.S. had the base 32gb storage model for $299 online before tax. Instant buy at that price considering this iPad 8th gen JUST CAME OUT. They restock ever so often so you need to refresh the website every few hours if you want to get one. Just waiting for it to ship to my address now.

  5. Pizza Boy says:

    I sold my old ipad Air as the volume wasn’t loud enough. Wouldn’t buy again unless it had improved and shame there was no reference to this.

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