How To Choose The Correct iPad For You Personally

NASA Visulization Explore (APP)When you are considering the purchase of an iPad you have quite a few choices. There are different iPads with different sizes and a choice between mobile data or Wi-Fi and then you have various options for storage.

You want to decide what use you plan for your iPad as well as the amount of money you can afford to spend.

The iPad Pro has a 12.9 inch screen and has the processing power of a laptop. Although it has a larger screen than other iPads the iPad Pro is not heavy weighting only 1.6 pounds. The iPad Pro is a good choice for anyone who needs a more powerful machine to get work done. It comes with storage options of 32 GB or 128 GB which is more expensive. The iPad Pro is the most expensive of the iPads with a starting price of around $800.

As a general purpose iPad the iPad Air 2 will be the choice for most people. It is the most popular one of the iPad line. The iPad Air 2 has 2 GB of RAM and has a three-core Apple A8X processor. It also has an upgraded 8 MP back-facing camera. The iPad Air 2 has a 9.7 inch screen which has a relatively low glare. The iPad Air 2 is lightweight at under one pound and it is thin. There are several storage options with varying prices. For 16 GB the price is around $500, for 64 GB the price is around $600 and for 128 GB the price is around $700.

35440704_zaxxon_02-2The older iPad Air is still available at a lower price point, but it is a good bit slower than the iPad Air 2 and does not have some of the newer features.

If you are in the market for a smaller iPad with a less expensive price tag consider the iPad Mini 4. The iPad Mini 4 has an A8 processor and 2 GB of RAM. This machine is not quite as fast as the iPad Air 2, but almost. It comes with a 7.9 inch diagonal non-glare screen. Many people like the smaller size of the iPad Mini which weighs less than one pound and is only 8 inches tall by 5.3 inches wide. The iPad mini comes with storage options of 16 GB with a cost of around $400, 64 GB with a cost of around $500 or 128 GB with a cost of around $600.

You can still find the iPad Mini 2 or iPad Mini 3 available at a lower price point, but they do not have all the features of the iPad Mini 4.

When choosing your iPad be sure you purchase a machine with enough storage for your needs. You need to determine whether you need the 4 G version of the iPad or if a Wi-Fi connection is sufficient for you. You will, of course, pay more for the 4G versions of the iPad.