The latest Pencil from the company doesn’t work with the new tablets.
It offers better specs in an all-too-familiar design.
It comes with Apple Pencil support, Smart Keyboard support, better specs, and a bigger screen.
It is the 2019 version of everyone’s favorite phone-tablet hybrid from 2012.
Kuo also mentions a new iPod touch which will ship this year with an upgraded processor.
Nice screen, decent specs, and a solid build for under $400.
That means the tablet will have a very similar design to the previous model.
Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad is already a great package for the price. Starting at $329, you get a 9.7-inch display, an A10 processor, iOS 12, Touch ID, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, up to 10 hours of battery life, Apple Pencil support – the […]