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iPad vs. iPad Pro vs. iPad Mini – What Makes Them So Different from Each Other?

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What’s the same?

They’re all iPads running Apple’s iOS operating system. Most applications will run easily on every one of the four models, however, a few games may not run easily or even be accessible for the iPad Mini 4.

Every one of the models is accessible in Silver, Space Gray, and Gold. The 10.5-inch iPad Pro is additionally accessible in Rose Gold.

Each model is accessible as either a consistent model with Wi-Fi, or one with Wi-Fi and Cellular, and for the later, you’ll have to join to a data plan with a carrier). They also have a touch ID fingerprint sensor. It’s been said that the battery will last up to 10 hours.

The Display

The screens on the two Pro models utilize the more extensive P3 colour range and furthermore change the white adjust of the screen with the goal that it better matches the surrounding light in the room. They additionally have a higher revive rate than the iPad and iPad Mini 4.

The CPU

Another difference between these gadgets is given through the chip they have inside. The iPad Pros have the A10X Fusion chip; iPad has A9 and iPad Mini 4 has A8. This means that the iPad Pros is faster than the other ones.

Storage

When it comes to storage, we cannot really say we have problems. The iPad has 64GB, but with a bit more to the price, you can even get 128GB. iPad Mini 4 is the one who’s only available in 128GB, while the iPad Pros have 3 variants: one with 64GB, one with 256GB and the other one with 512GB. We think that’s a lot of space, so it’s not really a concern.

The Price

When we talk about the Wi-Fi iPad 128 GB and the Wi-Fi iPad Mini 4, we talk about $399 and $429. Isn’t that an advantageous price?

The iPad Pro has a starting price from $649. But it will come to more than that, given the fact that you’ll have to pay for additional stuff, like the Apple Pencil or the Smart Keyboard. These accessories can cost almost twice the price of the basic iPad.