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How To Choose Between The iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro & iPad Air 2?

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There probably wouldn’t be that big of a deal if you were to be choosing a tablet few years back. It’s always been the iPad or the Android ones. Now even without the Android tablets, it’s still very different as Apple alone offers a range of iOS tablets, which makes it even more difficult.

The iPad Pro is the latest tablet to come from Apple, but does it mean that it’s the best choice? So would you go for the iPad Air 2, the iPad Mini 4 or the iPad Pro?

Anyone on a budget may wish to avoid the iPad Pro due to the fact that this is the most expensive out of all of them.

It is a powerful tablet but then it is a heavy one and it may not be that good if you want to carry it around with you. The iPad Mini 4 along with the iPad Air 2 are both smaller and these are more portable.

The iPad Pro could be compared to a laptop more than a tablet due to the fact that it is heavy and it can do just about everything.

If you want something akin to a laptop in a tablet then the iPad Pro may be the best choice, on the other hand if you want a tablet for just browsing the web you may wish to check out the iPad Mini or the iPad Air 2.

The choice is all yours, since it’s all just a matter of opinion. Maybe you could share some of yours with us, in the comments section down below?

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1 Comment

  1. James Rice

    March 10, 2016 at 12:55 pm

    I recently made that choice for my first iPad. I didn’t consider the iPad Mini 4 as it’s too close in size to my iPhone 6S+, the iPad Pro was very appealing except for the size and weight so I finally chose the iPad Air 2 as the perfect compromise. I had resisted the urgings o friends and associates to buy a tablet for several years making the case that there wasn’t a logical reason to carry both a phone and a tablet. Now I tend to leave the laptop at home or in the car, the phone in the pocket and carry the iPad everywhere.