Apple’s 10.2-inch iPad is up to $70 off in Best Buy’s Black Friday sale

Best Buy is providing a pair of nice offers on Apple’s recently-released 10.2-inch iPad, with presents of up to $70 off. The retailer has knocked $50 off the worth of the base 32GB model, which is now $280 in contrast to its regular asking value of $330. Meanwhile the 128GB model, which is the mannequin we recommended most people should buy, is $70 lower than its regular value of $430 at $360. It’s the bottom value we’ve seen the 128GB mannequin promote for since its launch.

Apple’s 10.2-inch iPad sits on the backside of its pill lineup, nevertheless it’s nonetheless superb at doing the sorts of issues iPads have at all times carried out nicely. This 12 months’s mannequin comes with a sooner A12 Bionic processor meaning the pill nonetheless feels quick and sprightly to use, even when its outward look is beginning to look slightly bit dated. It lacks a few of the options of dearer iPads like a USB-C port or a 120Hz screen, however relying in your wants that may not matter. Here’s how Dieter summed up the efficiency of the pill in his review:

“As I use it, I am continuously impressed with how well the iPad works and how much I can do with it. No other computer makes it as easy or as fun to bounce from editing photos to playing games to kicking back and watching some Netflix. And though there’s a bit of a learning curve, even this iPad can be used to do real work.”

Apple iPad (2020)

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Apple’s new eighth-generation iPad with 32GB of storage appears to be like precisely just like the earlier iteration, nevertheless it has a sooner A12 Bionic processor.

If you need to seize the deal, head on over to Best Buy’s website. Here’s a hyperlink to the 32GB model, and right here’s a hyperlink to the 128GB version. Otherwise, take a look at our information to Best Buy’s best Black Friday discounts, our roundup of the best Black Friday Apple deals, and our web page on the best early Black Friday deals overall.

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