🥊 M4 iPad Pro vs. M2 iPad Air 🥊

Our buying guide pits the two new tablets against each other.

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How much iPad do you need?

The entry-level “regular” iPad received a welcome price cut during Apple’s “Let Loose” event this week. That unassuming tablet should suffice for anybody who simply wants to watch YouTube videos, stream some music, read the news or play some Apple Arcade games.

However, lots of people push their iPads to the limit with creative pursuits like editing video, making music and producing beautiful art.

If you’re in the latter camp, or just want a “better” iPad, today’s lead story is for you. It digs into the differences between the new iPad Pro and iPad Air models.

If you’re in the market for a new tablet, definitely check out our new iPad buying guide before you pull the trigger.

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It feels totally different.

— Steve Jobs, 2011, introducing the thinner, lighter second-gen iPad

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