Apple Inc. updated its 9.7-inch iPad with support for Apple Pencil, which allows for note-taking and illustration.
Powered by iOS 11, the new device features a higher resolution Retina display, an A10 Fusion chip for faster processing speed and graphics performance as well as advanced sensors that help deliver augmented reality, the tech giant said March 27.
The 32 GB version of the iPad with Wi-Fi will cost $329, while the 32 GB Wi-Fi + cellular model will retail for $459. Apple Pencil can be bought separately for $99.
For schools, the iPad will start at $299 and Apple Pencil will cost $89.
The device can be ordered now and will arrive in stores and be delivered to customers in a few days in more than 25 countries and regions.