Since its introduction, the iPad has prompted many people to ask whether it can replace their laptop. For the most part the answer has been no, but the recent introduction of iPadOS, new hardware, and the migration of people to online services means this may no longer be the case. In this article we compare Apple’s two mobile workstation platforms to see which of the iPad and MacBook can best meet your needs. What models of iPad are there at the moment? Apple has four types of iPad in its range at the moment, with a suitably wide range of prices to match. These are the iPad, iPad mini, iPad Air and iPad Pro. While each group has multiple storage options (and the Pro has both 11in and 12.9in display options), these are the prices for the base models of each category. Of course, higher capacities are available if you’re willing to pay more. iPad 10.2in (2019) 32GB: £349/$329 iPad mini (2019) 64GB: £399/$399 iPad Air (2019) 64GB: £479/$499 iPad Pro 11in (2020) 128GB: £769/$799 iPad Pro 12.9in (2020) 128GB: £969/$999 You can browse the full selection on Apple’s website . What models of MacBook does Apple offer? As with… Read full this story
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