Apple updates the $329 iPad with an A12 Bionic chip


Apple is updating its entry-level iPad with an updated chip. The 8th-generation tablet includes Apple’s A12 Bionic chipset, which the company says doubles graphics performance over the A10 processor that was in its previous entry-level iPad model. The move to the A12 also means Apple’s most affordable tablet will include a Neural Engine for the first time.


Besides the new chipset, there’s not much else new about the tablet. It still features a 10.2-inch display with ample bezels around the screen. As before, it includes support for the company’s first-generation Apple Pencil. You can also use the tablet in conjunction with Apple’s Smart Keyboard thanks to the included Smart Connector port.

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