At a time when the tablets do not go through their best situation globally, the tech giant Apple is preparing to strike a final blow to a market that already controls with ease in front of the Android device manufacturers.
Hence, the tech giant Apple seeks to give a new boost to the sales of its tablet division, therefore, the company is working on developing a new 9.7-inch iPad whose main feature will be a low price. Yes, you heard it right Apple device at low cost! The tech giant Apple will present a 9.7-inch iPad which will be cheaper than the entry model presented this year.
Since its introduction in 2010, the iPad has been one of the least interesting product lines of the tech giant Apple until the arrival of the iPad Pro, limited to reproducing everything that could be done on the iPhone but on a larger scale.
However, now it seems that the horizons are expanding while new exclusive options of a tablet are going to arrive, the long-term goal of which is to be able to completely replace a computer, something that can already be done with solvency in some cases.
According to revealed sources familiar with the situation Digitimes, the Cupertino company, of course, the tech giant Apple is working on an iPad that would reach the market for $259, which would be $70 less than the most affordable model so far in that screen size. Yes, it means if we convert $259 in Indian currency then it is expected to cost you about Rs.16710.81, which is less than Rs. 17,000 segment devices.
The tech giant Apple’s strategy with this price reduction is to make its tablet much more attractive to consumers, its renewal rate can grow and thus maintain the 10 million devices sent per quarter.
Although the tech giant Apple’s iPad was placed since its launch as a reference in the market, the rise of Asian brands based on Android is cutting differences in the sector due to the price difference.
At the moment it is unknown what features, appearance and performance will have the next iPad, but according to the media, it could reach the market in the second half of 2018. So, what do you think about this? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.