Video: Hands-on with Apple's new 9.7-inch iPad for education
In July 2010, I wrote about the next-generation iPad and what Apple needs to deliver.
Based on information gleaned from updates in iOS and intelligence coming out of the semiconductor industry at the time, I polished the crystal ball -- in my usual purely speculative way -- of what I thought successive iPads might look like, or the features they should contain.
Typically, I've done this shortly after an iPad's release. This time, I'm going to do it only a few months before, because, up until recently, I didn't think we had enough clues.
Apple announced its new, lower-cost, Apple Pencil-compatible iPad at its education event only a few weeks ago, but it did not announce new iPad Pro models, which have not had a revision since June 2017 and, arguably, have not changed much since September 2016.