Apple’s new 10.9-inch iPad is now $50 off

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Just over two after hitting store shelves, Apple’s 10th generation iPad is on sale at a discount that makes it much easier to recommend the tablet. B&H has reduced the base 64GB model with Wi-Fi to $399. The catch is that the deal only applies to the blue colorway. If you don’t mind the color choice, act fast as the action ends tomorrow night – or, more likely, when supplies run out quickly.

Buy Apple iPad at B&H – $399

The 10th-gen iPad has several upgrades over its predecessor, but a more expensive price tag and strange design decisions make it less of an easy purchase. Engadget deputy editor Nathan Ingraham gave the tablet a score of , praising Apple’s decision to include a landscape-facing front-facing camera and USB-C charger. The iPad’s fast A14 Bionic processor was also a highlight, as was the more than 10 hours of battery life it was able to get out of the device. However, the fact that the new model is $120 more expensive and is only compatible with the first-generation Apple Pencil means it ends up in an awkward spot among Apple’s other tablets. At $399, those flaws are easier to overlook.

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