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Our best iPad ranking is remarkably similar to our definitive best tablet list as Apple’s devices are particularly impressive. If you’ve decided that you want an iPad, we’ve got a thorough list of the very best devices from Apple below.

There are top-end iPad Pros, cheaper iPad’s and smaller iPad Mini devices throughout this list, and we’ve even ranked the ten devices to help you find the best for you. Expect there to be a new entry in this list soon as we’re in the process of reviewing the newly unveiled iPad Pro 2020.

In the meantime, you’ve still got plenty of iPad options. There’s the top-end (and very expensive) iPad Pro 11, the relatively affordable iPad 10.2, the massive iPad Pro 12.9 (2018), and the more compact iPad Mini (2019), among many others.

Between them and the other iPads on this list there should be one to suit, and you can rest assured that every iPad included here is a great tablet. After all, Apple’s slates tend to be among the very best, and these are the best of Apple’s.

For each you’ll find a full list of specs, plus good and bad points and a brief overview, along with a link to our full reviews for an in-depth look at them.

Those are always worth reading before buying one, because one thing Apple’s slates aren’t for the most part is cheap. But pick the right one and you should definitely get your money’s worth.

Best iPads 2020: which is the best iPad you can get right now?

iPad Pro 11
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1. iPad Pro 11

The best iPad you can buy right now

Weight: 468g | Dimensions: 247.6 x 178.5 x 5.9 mm | OS: iPadOS 13 | Screen size: 11-inch | Resolution: 2388 x 1668 pixels | CPU: A12X Bionic | Storage: 64GB/256GB/512GB/1TB | microSD slot: No | Battery: 7,812mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 7MP

Pencil clips on, finally
Insane amount of power for a tablet
Software limits laptop experience
Pencil and keyboard expensive extras

The iPad Pro 11 is the best iPad you can buy right now. It may be expensive, but it’s Apple’s most powerful tablet and furthers the 2-in-1 design ethos if you spring for the pricey new keyboard cover folio.

It has a laptop-like experience in design and performance, and the new Apple Pencil magnetically clips onto the frame of the new iPad Pro. With superb speakers and a great new screen-to-body ratio, it’s hard not to fall in love with the finely crafted hardware design.

And with the arrival of iPadOS its software has been transformed, making it even better than it was at launch.

However, it doesn’t have a headphone jack. If you want the standard 3.5mm jack in a computer-like device, you’ll spring for an actual computer.

Everything about the iPad Pro 11 makes it the best experience if you’re looking for the best Apple tablet – you’ll just need to swallow the high price – but it’s no MacBook replacement.

Read the full review:iPad Pro 11

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iPad Pro 12.9
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2. iPad Pro 12.9

The best big iPad around

Weight: 632g | Dimensions: 280.6 x 214.9 x 5.9 mm | OS: iPadOS 13 | Screen size: 12.9-inch | Resolution: 2048 x 2732 pixels | CPU: A12X Bionic | Storage: 64GB/256GB/512GB/1TB | microSD slot: No | Battery: 9,720mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 7MP

Massive display
Unrivalled music quality
Low battery life
Short range for Face ID

The iPad Pro 12.9 (2018) is a big monster – monster in the good kind of way, as it effortlessly crushes half the things you need in your life – goodbye mobile phone, laptop, coloring pad, music mixing table, games console. It’s the ultimate creativity and workflow tool, with its huge screen, useful peripherals and snappy iOS.

It has the fastest processing power we’ve ever seen in a mobile device, four powerful speakers and a vibrant screen and, depending on which model you get, more storage power than you’d ever need.

It doesn’t have the best battery life though, so it’s not going to last you too long. You might not be able to use it for long periods of time watching films on a journey or mixing your music, and it charges rather slowly too.

All in all, the iPad Pro 12.9 (2018) is one of the best iPads you can buy right now, but if you don’t need its huge display, the slighter cheaper iPad Pro 11 will save you a few bucks and be more portable.

Read the full review:iPad Pro 12.9

iPad 10.2
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3. iPad 10.2

Apple’s basic iPad gets a slightly bigger screen

Weight: 483g | Dimensions: 250.6 x 174.1 x 7.5mm | OS: iPadOS 13 | Screen size: 10.2-inch | Resolution: 1620 x 2160 pixels | CPU: A10 Fusion | RAM: 3GB | Storage: 32/128GB | microSD slot: No | Battery: 8,827mAh | Rear camera: 8MP | Front camera: 1.2MP

Slightly bigger screen
Works with the Smart Keyboard
Marginally better than iPad 9.7
iPad Air is superior for sketching

The iPad 10.2 brings Apple’s basic tablet range a step closer to the iPad Pro line – or at least the latest iPad Air – with the addition of Smart Keyboard support and a slightly larger screen, growing from 9.7 inches to 10.2 inches.

The iPad 10.2 also got a power boost, with an extra gigabyte of RAM compared to the iPad 9.7 (2018), though it’s stuck with the same A10 chipset.

It also has broadly the same design, meaning big bezels and a home button. So if you want one of Apple’s sleekest slates, this isn’t it.

But with strong battery life, decent performance, and a fairly low price – at least by Apple standards – there’s a lot to like here, especially if you want some of Apple’s best iPad features on a more limited budget.

Read the full review:iPad 10.2

iPad Air 10.5
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4. iPad Air 10.5

The best compromise for students

Weight: 456g | Dimensions: 250.6 x 174.1 x 6.1 mm | OS: iPadOS 13 | Screen size: 10.5-inch | Resolution: 1668 x 2224 pixels | CPU: A12 Bionic | Storage: 64GB/256GB | microSD slot: No | Rear camera: 8MP | Front camera: 7MP

Brilliant-looking laminated screen
Cheapest Smart Keyboard iPad
Uses the 1st Gen Apple Pencil
Traditional design doesn’t wow

The iPad Air, with a 10.5-inch screen, is the ultimate compromise between the entry-level iPads and the more powerful, but more expensive iPad Pro 11. It sits at the original iPad price in most countries, so it’s cheaper than the iPad Pro 10.5 (2017) that it replaces, and although it isn’t a ‘Pro’ tablet in name, it has several high-end features that make it a convincing laptop supplement.

It’s one of the cheaper iPad models that’s compatible with Apple’s Smart Keyboard Cover, meaning you don’t need to deal with tricky Bluetooth keyboard connections to get real work done on this thing.

It also has Apple’s A12 chipset, borrowed from the iPhone XS. It’s incredibly fast. Students will be able to take notes and respond to email on this tablet, but artists will hate the first-generation Apple Pencil.

Read the full review:iPad Air

iPad Mini (2019)
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5. iPad Mini (2019)

The only small tablet you should consider

Weight: 304g | Dimensions: 203.2 x 134.8 x 6.1 mm | OS: iPadOS 13 | Screen size: 7.9-inch | Resolution: 1536 x 2048 pixels | CPU: A12 Bionic | Storage: 64GB/256GB | microSD slot: No | Battery: 5,124mAh | Rear camera: 8MP | Front camera: 7MP

Perfect portable size
Surprisingly powerful specs
Bezel-heavy design
Uses the older Apple Pencil

Sometimes with a tablet you just want a slightly plus-sized phone, and the iPad Mini (2019) fits that bill. It’s a dinky device with some impressive specs, boasting Apple’s most recent processor and a decent battery life.

What makes the iPad Mini (2019) great is the fact you can use the Apple Pencil alongside it, turning the iPad Mini into a tiny notebook in your pocket.

The iPad Mini is one of the best small tablets you can get at its price point, so if you’re looking for an easily totable pocket powerhouse, you can’t get much better than this little monster.

Read the full review:iPad Mini (2019)

 

iPad Pro 10.5
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6. iPad Pro 10.5

An iPad Pro experience at a now-lower price

Weight: 469g | Dimensions: 250.6 x 174.1 x 6.1 mm | OS: iPadOS 13 | Screen size: 10.5-inch | Resolution: 1668 x 2224 pixels | CPU: A10X Fusion | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64GB/256GB/512GB | microSD slot: No | Battery: 8,134mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 7MP

Great speakers
512GB version
Screen adds a lot of expense
Still not quite a laptop replacement

The iPad Pro 10.5-inch version is an all-star tablet which has since been superseded by the iPad Pro 11. There’s good news for the Pro 10.5 though, as this means it’s now cheaper – though it’s also no longer sold direct from Apple.

Its bright ProMotion Retina HD screen is its best selling point. It adds an impressive layer of fluidity to daily use – if not strictly necessary – and the smaller bezels means you’re getting far more display in a footprint not much bigger than 2016’s 9.7.

It’s an iPad for the professionals – but also one that media munchers will adore using.

It takes advantage of the Apple Pencil and several tablet-focused features like the dock, Control Center and Instant Markup with the stylus. If you invest in the recommended Smart Keyboard, you can attach it to a Pro-level iPad without jumping through all of the hoops of Bluetooth.

Read the full review: iPad Pro 10.5

iPad 9.7
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7. iPad 9.7

A great Apple iPad for the typical consumer

Weight: 469g | Dimensions: 240 x 169.5 x 7.5mm | OS: iPadOS 13 | Screen size: 9.7-inch | Resolution: 1536 x 2048 pixels | CPU: A10 Fusion | RAM: 2GB | Storage: 32/128GB | microSD slot: No | Battery: Up to 10 hours | Rear camera: 8MP | Front camera: 1.2MP

Affordable
Works with Apple Pencil
Its education ambitions are overhyped
Smart Keyboard Cover incompatible

This is a good Apple iPad for the average consumer and for education, even if it isn’t the most powerful one available. It’s still great value. That said, the newer iPad 10.2 has it beat for most users, and has the advantage of still being sold direct from Apple, which this model isn’t.

The iPad (2018) replaces the very similar 2017 model, slotting in below the Pro and Air ranges with a dependable tablet that hasn’t changed much in years – but Apple clearly feels it doesn’t need to mess with success.

The basic iPad works with the Apple Pencil, offering you the cheapest way to doodle on the 9.7-inch glass – though you can’t get the Smart Keyboard with this non-Pro model, for that you’ll need the newer 10.2-inch one.

It also has the same luxurious metal unibody as the rest of Apple’s iPad range, though notably it’s ever-so-slightly thicker than the iPad Air 2 or iPad Pro at 7.5mm.

With the Touch ID fingerprint sensor included, iPadOS 13 under the hood and up to 10 hours of battery life when web browsing or watching videos, it’s a great media player and a strong tablet choice if you’re not planning to use it heavily for productivity.

Read the full review: iPad 9.7 (2018)

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iPad 9.7 (2017)
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8. iPad 9.7 (2017)

A premium, affordable iPad that still performs

Weight: 469g | Dimensions: 240 x 169.5 x 7.5mm | OS: iPadOS 13 | Screen size: 9.7-inch | Resolution: 1536 x 2048 pixels | CPU: A9 | RAM: 2GB | Storage: 32GB/128GB | microSD slot: No | Battery: 8,827mAh | Rear camera: 8MP | Front camera: 1.2MP

Good screen quality
Powerful for the price
Apple Pencil costs extra
Design unchanged

The iPad (2017) marked a name shift for Apple’s tablets, as the Cupertino, California firm dropped ‘Air’ in favor for the cleaner moniker.

The iPad from 2017 has since been replaced by the iPad (2018) and iPad 10.2, but it’s still a solid buy if you’re looking for a more affordable Apple slate.

The only real problem is the newer iPads aren’t that much more, so unless you’re on a really tight budget, the newer versions are a better buy, especially as this model isn’t still sold by Apple.

Read the full review:iPad (2017)

iPad Pro 12.9 (2017)
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9. iPad Pro 12.9 (2017)

An older, really big iPad

Weight: 677g | Dimensions: 305.7 x 220.6 x 6.9 mm | OS: iPadOS 13 | Screen size: 12.9-inch | Resolution: 2048 x 2732 pixels | CPU: A10X Fusion | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64GB/256GB/512GB | microSD slot: No | Battery: 10,875mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 7MP

Great, large tablet screen
Tremendous power
Too expensive as a laptop replacement for some

We really like the iPad Pro 12.9 (2017) for its large size and – other than the newer iPad Pro 12.9 model – it’s the closest thing we have to a 2-in-1 touchscreen MacBook. It just happens to run iPadOS 13 instead of macOS.

It’s one of the best productivity and entertainment tablets around thanks to its 12.9-inch screen, four speakers and the dock and multitasking interface. Apple has redesigned its Control Center interface to make app switching even easier, and this tablet is compatible with the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard.

It’s biggest weakness? The iPad Pro 12.9-inch price, and the size isn’t a good fit for everyone. But If you can afford it and want the largest-sized iPad available, you’re going to love this – it’s a laptop-replacement for a lot of people out there.

Read the full review: iPad Pro 12.9 (2017)

iPad Mini 4
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10. iPad Mini 4

Dated but decent

Weight: 299g | Dimensions: 203.2 x 134.8 x 6.1mm | OS: iPadOS 13 | Screen size: 7.9-inch | Resolution: 1536 x 2048 pixels | CPU: A8 | RAM: 2GB | Storage: 16/32/64/128GB | microSD slot: No | Battery: 5124mAh | Rear camera: 8MP | Front camera: 1.2MP

Good screen
Sleek design
Dated chipset
No 3D Touch

Big screens aren’t for everyone, and that’s where the 7.9-inch iPad Mini 4 comes in. The screen size means it’s far more portable than Apple’s larger tablets, especially as it’s light at 299g. It’s not quite small enough that you can use it one handed, but you can comfortably hold it for a lot longer than most of Apple’s slates, or throw it in a bag and forget about it.

It’s also big enough to enjoyably browse the net or watch videos on when you’re away from home and bigger screens, but it’s obviously not quite as strong an experience for most visual media as Apple’s larger 9.7, 10.2, 10.5, 11 and 12.9-inch slates.

The small size and lack of Smart Connector also makes it worse for productivity than the iPad Pro range, but this isn’t designed as a laptop replacement.

It’s still fairly powerful thanks to 2GB of RAM and the aging but still impressive Apple A8 chip, while the screen is sharp, rich and easy to see even in bright sunlight.

The iPad Mini 4 is also a fraction of the price of Apple’s Pro range, and with 128GB of storage you needn’t be terribly limited in that area – though it’s no match for the 256GB you can get in the iPad Pro.

Notably it has now been replaced by the iPad Mini (2019), which will be a much better buy for most people, but this remains a solid slate.

Read the full review: iPad Mini 4

Best iPads at a glance:

  1. iPad Pro 11
  2. iPad Pro 12.9
  3. iPad 10.2
  4. iPad Air 10.5
  5. iPad Mini (2019)
  6. iPad Pro 10.5 (2017)
  7. iPad 9.7 (2018)
  8. iPad (2017)
  9. iPad Pro 12.9 (2017)
  10. iPad Mini 4

 

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A joint-venture between Virgin Media’s parent company Liberty Global and Zook Capital will see on-street electric vehicle charging points rolled out across the UK.

Liberty Charge will use Virgin Media’s cable network as the foundation of the rollout, making use of its infrastructure, deployment experience, and existing relationships with local authorities. Under-the-pavement power will be used to power the units in residential areas.

Zouk Capital manages the Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund (CIIF), a government-backed initiative, and the partners claim the venture will help achieve the UK’s national sustainability goals by driving demand for electric cars.

 

Liberty Charge electric vehicles

It is claimed that 40 per cent of urban vehicle owners don’t have access to a drive way that could host a charging point, a major barrier to ownership that could be rectified.

“CIIF’s central objective is to scale open-access, public EV charging networks for the UK consumer and this is exactly what Liberty Charge will achieve for the thousands of car owners, who do not have access to off street parking,” said Massimo Resta, partner at Zouk Capital.

“Liberty Global’s infrastructure deployment capabilities and Virgin Media’s extensive connectivity network make it perfectly positioned to rapidly deploy on-street residential charging in UK towns and cities, and we are excited to be partnering with them on this opportunity.”

“This investment from Zouk re-enforces our belief that there is significant value in leveraging Virgin Media’s wide ranging infrastructure and connectivity capabilities into new and fast growing sectors such as eMobility and Energy,” added Jason Simpson, head of global energy and utilities at Liberty Global.

Earlier this month Liberty Global agreed to merge Virgin Media with Telefonica’s O2 in the UK, paving the way for the creation major UK communications player capable of rivalling BT. The addition of the electric vehicle charging network would provide Liberty with a further revenue stream.

 

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Apple spends around $70 million on Tom Hanks movie Greyhound http://www.vegasnewspaper.com/apple-spends-around-70-million-on-tom-hanks-movie-greyhound/ http://www.vegasnewspaper.com/apple-spends-around-70-million-on-tom-hanks-movie-greyhound/#respond Tue, 19 May 2020 17:10:40 +0000 http://www.vegasnewspaper.com/apple-spends-around-70-million-on-tom-hanks-movie-greyhound/ Apple TV Plus makes one of its biggest swings yet on new Tom Hanks-on-a-boat drama.

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Greyhound, the World War II battleship drama written by and starring Tom Hanks, will now debut on the Apple TV Plus streaming service instead of getting a theatrical release. According to a report by Deadline, Apple made a successful bid of $70 million for the movie. Greyhound doesn’t have a release date yet on Apple TV Plus, but it’s suggested we won’t have to wait long to see it.

Originally scheduled to hit the theaters ahead of Father’s Day weekend on June 12, because good lord it looks like a dad film, you’ll now be able to stream Greyhound as part of an Apple TV Plus subscription.

Greyhound is a big swing for the streaming service, and it suggests Apple is getting serious about making acquisitions. A recent report says Apple TV Plus is now in the market for older TV shows and movies. In its first six months, Apple TV Plus has mostly been reliant on high-profile originals, rather than a big archive of content.

In Greyhound, Tom Hanks plays George Krause, an officer commanding 37 ships while being pursued by German U-boats. It’s based on a fictional book by CS Forester. The cast also features Stephen Graham, Elizabeth Shue and Rob Morgan in supporting roles.

 

 

Why this is a big deal for Apple TV Plus

Apple TV Plus now has a movie starring Tom Hanks to release on its streaming platform, which brings it a certain amount of prestige, and Sony presumably covers the production and marketing costs of Greyhound. It’s a win-win for both parties.

So many mid-tier movies have skipped theatrical releases in favor of a VOD release recently, including the recent Tom Hardy movie Capone, the animated Scooby Doo movie Scoob and Trolls: World Tour. This has proved lucrative in some cases, and it gives people new entertainment to watch at a time when they can’t go the cinema.

It’s less common, though, that these movies have been brought directly to streaming services. Even Disney released the Pixar movie Onward on VOD before dropping the film on Disney Plus shortly after.

Considering Apple TV Plus is just $4.99/£4.99 per month, though, and recent Apple devices come with a year of the service for free, this is arguably a better deal than paying for a theater ticket.

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iPhone SE deals: loads of data and affordable bills make this plan a top choice http://www.vegasnewspaper.com/iphone-se-deals-loads-of-data-and-affordable-bills-make-this-plan-a-top-choice/ http://www.vegasnewspaper.com/iphone-se-deals-loads-of-data-and-affordable-bills-make-this-plan-a-top-choice/#respond Tue, 19 May 2020 17:00:46 +0000 http://www.vegasnewspaper.com/iphone-se-deals-loads-of-data-and-affordable-bills-make-this-plan-a-top-choice/ If you're looking for iPhone SE deals with a large amount of data on-board then this will be an excellent choice.

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With the entire purpose of the iPhone SE being centred around affordability, the majority of plans have settled into the lower end of data, offering you a small amount for your money…but what if you need more?

For all of the people streaming, gaming and generally burning through data each month, there are a few iPhone SE deals that will appeal to you more. However, an offer from Three seems to have taken the top spot.

Offering up 100GB of data at a price of just £33 a month and £29 upfront, this is a stellar choice for anyone needing lots of data. It won’t be as cheap as what the likes of Sky Mobile or iD Mobile have but it’s far cheaper than most other plans in this data region.

This big data iPhone SE deal from Three:

 

 

 

iPhone SE | Three | 24 months | £29 upfront | 100GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | £33 per month

While this isn’t the cheapest iPhone SE deal available, it is certainly the best option for anyone who finds themselves needing a lot of data on the go. The extra couple of quid a month over the current cheap plans launches you all the way up to 100GB of data – plenty for most people’s needs!

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What’s the new Apple iPhone SE actually like?

Finally…a cheap iPhone. It’s been years since Apple offered us a budget handset but the SE 2020 is clearly that. It comes at almost half the price of the iPhone 11 while offering some 2020 specs.

4K video, Apple’s super-powered A13 Bionic, wireless charging, increased battery size and an IP67 rating feature amongst the more impressive features of this device. To lower the price however, Apple has gone back to the design of the iPhone 8, brought the camera lenses down to just one and dropped the screen quality.

Overall, this falls in place as the best budget device Apple has out, coming way under its more recent devices in price but offering some impressive specs to out-do the iPhone 8, 7 and other such devices.

Read our full iPhone SE review

 

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NHS coronavirus app has multiple serious security issues http://www.vegasnewspaper.com/nhs-coronavirus-app-has-multiple-serious-security-issues/ http://www.vegasnewspaper.com/nhs-coronavirus-app-has-multiple-serious-security-issues/#respond Tue, 19 May 2020 16:58:37 +0000 http://www.vegasnewspaper.com/nhs-coronavirus-app-has-multiple-serious-security-issues/ NHS coronavirus app is still being tested before nationwide launch.

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A number of serious security flaws have been discovered in the contact-tracking app currently being trialled by the NHS to stop the spread of Covid-19.

A team of senior security researchers found several issues that could affect user privacy and even sabotage the app itself.