This Is the Cheapest iPad You Should Buy During Black Friday

The 10th Gen iPad hits an all-time low price during Black Friday.

Searching for a cheap iPad on Black Friday? Instead of buying an outdated model, get the colorful 10th Gen iPad. It’s currently on sale for the all-time low price of $350, and it includes the latest iPadOS 17 update on top of modern features like USB-C charging.

The 10th Gen iPad launched in late 2022 to great fanfare. It adopts several features from the iPad Pro and iPad Air, most notably a USB Type-C port (the new standard for all Apple products) and a boxy new exterior. This iPad also has a 10.9-inch screen (up from 10.2 inches in the 9th Gen model), it ditches the old-fashioned Home button in favor of a Touch ID power button, and its selfie camera is placed in a landscape orientation to better suit FaceTime and Zoom calls. It also supports Apple’s keyboard cover and select models of Apple Pencil.

At $350, the 10th Gen iPad is an absolute steal. It’s $100 off MSRP and the lowest price we’ve seen yet. Some people think that the 9th Gen iPad is a better deal, as it’s currently floating around the $250 price range. But the 10th Gen model is a significant upgrade, and its use of a USB-C charging port makes it the most future-forward option (barring the iPad Air and iPad Pro). Apple is quickly transitioning all of its products to USB-C, meaning that old Lightning cables will soon be an inconvenience.

You’ll find the 10th Gen iPad on sale for $350 at Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and other popular retailers. Note that the $350 price tag is only applied to the 64GB model. The 256GB model is currently on sale for $400 and may be worth buying if you play a lot of mobile games or use the offline streaming feature on services like Netflix and Hulu.

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Apple iPad (10th-generation)

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The 10th-generation iPad from Apple gets a modern redesign with faster performance, a larger 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display, and USB-C, making it a solid go-to tablet for a lot of users.


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