The iPad mini 6 takes on Apple's new design language with flat sides, Touch ID in the Top Button, and a USB-C port. It is now compatible with the Apple Pencil 2, which can be magnetically attached to the side for charging and storage. This is Apple's smallest yet most powerful consumer-grade tablet in its lineup.
The 9th generation Apple iPad, also known as the iPad 10.2 (2021) is probably the Cupertino tablet that needs the least introduction. It has remained a staple of the company's lineup, technically dating back all the way to 2010. Way before any mini, Air or Pro hit the scene, as clearly evident by the formidable 9th iteration mark.
Apple introduced the iPad Air 4 in September 2020 as the next evolution of the non-pro tablet line. It has a 10.9-inch edge-to-edge display, Touch ID in the power button, and powerful A14 Bionic processor. It also adds support for the Magic Keyboard, second-generation Apple Pencil, and USB-C.
M1 Comes to iPad Pro
The breakthrough M1 chip takes the industry-leading performance of iPad Pro to an entirely new level. The 8-core CPU design features the world's fastest CPU cores in low-power silicon — delivering up to 50 percent faster CPU performance than A12Z Bionic.