Apple iPad 7th Gen in Kenya
Apple iPad 7th Gen price in Kenya is 69,000 shillings for the 128GB version. It runs on the Apple A10 Fusion (16 nm) chipset and has 3 GB RAM and 128 or 32 GB of internal storage. It is available in colors Silver, Gold, and Space Gray. Buy iPad 7th Gen 10.2 inch in Kenya today at Phoneplace Kenya.
Apple iPad 7th Gen specs and price in Kenya
|Display||10.2 inches, IPS LCD|
|Processor||Quad-core 2.34 GHz (2x Hurricane + 2x Zephyr)|
|Sim Card||Nano-SIM, eSIM|
|Operating System||iPadOS 13.4, upgradable to iPadOS 13.4.1|
|Rear camera||8 MP, f/2.4|
|Selfie camera||1.2 MP, f/2.2|
|USB Port||2.0, proprietary reversible connector|
|Sensors||Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, compass, barometer|
|Battery||Non-removable Li-Po 8827 mAh battery (32.9 Wh)|
|Colors||Silver, Gold, Space Gray|
Now Apple iPad 7th Gen 10.2 inch comes in three different colors. Space gray, but it also comes in gold and silver just like all the other iPads. So Apple iPad 7th Gen 10.2 inch itself and it looks very much like the iPad air. Inside the box, we get a USB to lightning cable just as we would expect. And we’ve got a little bit of documentation there. It says iPad. It’s telling us how to use it a little bit little warranty and then some pretty small Apple stickers. You got a power adapter here as well, and this is the 12–watt power adapter. It’s not a fast charging adapter, but this is what most iPads include unless it’s an iPad pro – product website
Now the space gray version looks a little bit darker than we normally see. It’s very dark compared to last year’s iPad. It’s a much darker space, gray. This one is closer to what we have as far as the magic track-pad for the iMac pro. So it’s a very dark space gray. I think it looks great! And I like it in this darker color compared to the new iPhone 11 pro, It kinda matches that a little bit closer. You’ll see they’re a little different as far as the shades, but that gives you an idea. As far as the darkness. Now, what makes this one a little bit different is it’s a 10.2-inch display compared to last year’s display.
Display and comparison
It’s 2160 X 1620 with 264 PPI, which is the same as most of the other iPad in the lineup. Now, this version of the iPad gets the Apple A10 Fusion (16 nm) processor along with the Quad-core 2.34 GHz (2x Hurricane + 2x Zephyr) processor. There is no neural engine. Now around the outside, we’ve got our volume buttons on the right-hand side, of course. And then on the top, we have our power sleep-wake. In the middle, there’s a little microphone, and then we have a headphone Jack still.
So that’s pretty nice. Along the other side, we now have the smart connector on the regular iPad. So all of the iPads have the smart connector except for the iPad mini. And this allows us to use things like the keyboard. And Apple iPad 7th Gen 10.2 inch is the same size iPad as the iPad air. On the bottom, we’ve got our speakers, they are stereo speakers, and we’ve got a lightning port here at the bottom. So the lightning port is how you’ll charge until they move everything over to USB-C maybe one day, but that’s a pro feature right now.
Now on the back, we have a camera. And this isn’t a very impressive camera. It’s an 8 MP camera. That is F 2.4, as far as its aperture, and it’s a 1080p video camera. We take a look at the front camera and the front camera is very low resolution. It’s just a 1.2 megapixel FaceTime camera. It’s it records in 720p. So it’s not very good. It’s good for FaceTime only. And maybe a few funny pictures or things like that. The iPad Air has a 7-megapixel camera in the front.
Now this display is a little bit different than last year’s display. It’s a 10.2-inch display. But it’s not laminated. So it’s actually below the glass. So that should make it a little bit easier to repair, but these iPads are getting so cheap used or refurbished that honestly, it’s probably cheaper just to buy another one. Now, before I set the Apple iPad 7th Gen 10.2 inch up, there are a couple more things to know. This has Wi–Fi 802.11. And it also has Bluetooth 4.2. It does not have Bluetooth 5.0. If you have the cellular model, you also get some GPS functions. Now it has a 32.4 watt-hour battery, which should be good for 10 hours of usage, just like any other iPad.
Of course, this iPad, as you may have already seen his touch ID. You’ll set up Touch ID. Now that the new Apple iPad 7th Gen 10.2 inch has been set up. Let’s talk about how it’s a little bit different than last year’s model. The main thing is just the size of the display. So you’ll see here’s the old model, the 2018 iPad, and this iPad has a 9.7-inch display.
The new one has a 10.2 inch. Everything else is very similar and it’s just a little bit bigger. But the nice thing is it’s the same size basically as the new iPad air. They’re not very different. As far as size. The height and the width are identical 9.8 inches, high 8.8 inches wide. The only difference is their depth. So the iPad air is ever so slightly thinner due to that laminated display.
More features of Apple iPad 7th Gen 10.2 inch
The other thing you do get with the new Apple iPad 7th Gen 10.2 inch is you get Apple Pencil support, but it’s first-generation Apple pencil support. The only devices that support the new second–generation Apple Pencil are the iPad Pro line. So only the 2018 iPad pros support the second-gen pencil. It’s not supported on any of the other iPad ads that are currently available. Now, the interesting thing is the new iPad comes pre-installed with iPadOS 13.1, upgradable to iPadOS 13.4.1.
It’s already got it pre-installed and if you go to settings, you’ll see in the upper right there, it says 13.1. That’s already pre-installed on this iPad. So it’s a nice deal, especially if you’ve never used an iPad. And then, of course, you’ll have to buy an Apple pencil if you want to use that for about 22,000 Kenya shilling. But it’s still a great Apple pencil.
You just have to pair it through the bottom and then charge it this way as well. So if you want to use this device with an Apple pencil and Apple arcade or for education, I think it’s a great deal for what you’re getting. The original iPad was more expensive. Now you’re getting something years ahead, much faster and much more capable for less.
The software feels nice and fast. Overall, the experience is great. The rest of that is going to be bugs of iOS 13. So I think it’s pretty good. Overall, it’s a solid device and you should be able to get a smart cover pretty reasonably, or you can use that keyboard attachment and use an external keyboard case, which is quite expensive about half the price of the iPad. But if you already have one on another device, you can share them as well.
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