Apple's New 2022 iPad Lineup Gives Customers More Options Than Ever

Apple today updated its iPad lineup with a new 10th-generation entry-level ‌iPad‌ and new high-end iPad Pro options. With the two new iPads, Apple's ‌iPad‌ lineup is larger than ever, with even more choices for customers.

2022 ipad lineup
At the top end of the spectrum, the lineup starts with the ‌iPad Pro‌, which begins at $799. With the ‌iPad Pro‌, users get the new M2 Apple silicon chip, advanced displays with ProMotion, and support for features like hover with the second-generation Apple Pencil. For users who want powerful performance without the more advanced features, the iPad Air is powered by the M1 chip and comes in a portable design that starts at $599.

The ninth-generation entry-level ‌iPad‌ also remains in the lineup at $329, but today was followed up with the new 10th-generation model. The new baseline ‌iPad‌ includes an entirely new design that comes in bold colors, is powered by the A14 chip, and has USB-C. For customers who want the smallest ‌iPad‌ possible, the iPad mini comes in a compact design that starts at $499.

Top Rated Comments

markfc Avatar
20 months ago
Absolute mess of a line up
Score: 98 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ScholarsInk Avatar
20 months ago
“Never before have we been able to offer you a double-dongle for the Pencil. We think you’re going to love it.”
Score: 46 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TheYayAreaLiving ?️ Avatar
20 months ago
Honestly, It's too confusing and expensive. These iPads are using last year's design as well.
Score: 39 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gixxerfool Avatar
20 months ago
This reeks of the posters Apple used to have to help you make a computer buying choice right before Jobs came back. They need to go back to basics. All iPads should be the same equipment with the only difference being size. Done.
Score: 37 Votes (Like | Disagree)
contacos Avatar
20 months ago
I CANNOT

can you imagine the thought process that went into this?



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Score: 33 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DMG35 Avatar
20 months ago
None of which are worth upgrading to if you bought an iPad in the last 3 years.
Score: 31 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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