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Thinking of buying the latest iPad? Grab this lowest price deal before it's gone

05 June 2019 0

If you have been waiting to buy the latest Apple iPad but are holding on for some kind of price drop, here is a steal deal that you would not want to miss. This is basically the lowest price ever kind of deal and can be availed by buyers in the United States and the United Kingdom. If this has got you excited, read on.

Starting with the deal in the US, the latest 2018 Apple iPad is currently available for its lowest price yet via Walmart. The deal is for the 32GB WiFi-only model (all color variants) which usually sells for $329.99. But for a limited time, you can get it for only $249 which is a flat discount of $80. The best part is that Walmart is offering both doorstep delivery and free pick-up options on the order.

For those of you living in the UK, the iPad can be bough for the lowest price through John Lewis. The deal here is also on the 32GB WiFi-only model but the actual price varies depending on the color option. The Space Gray variant is the cheapest at £285 followed by Silver and Gold variants priced at £289 and £299 respectively. The store is further offering three months of free Apple Music subscription while you sign-up.

To give you an overview, the 2018 Apple iPad sports a 9.7-inch Retina display with wide color and true tone technologies. It is powered by Apple A10 Fusion chipset which is the most powerful processor in an iPad yet. There is an 8-megapixel iSight camera and a 1.2-megapixel FaceTime HD camera. It has support for both Touch ID and Apple Pay. On the software side of things, it runs iOS 11 out of the box but is upgradeable to iOS 12. In fact, it is also eligible to receive the newly announced iPadOS that will be coming later this year.



Thinking of buying the latest iPad? Grab this lowest price deal before it's gone
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