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2020 10.2-Inch iPad First Impressions: A12 Bionic Leads to Welcome Performance Boost on Otherwise Unremarkable iPad Refresh

A few days after Apple announced new iPads and Apple Watches, some of these devices have started appearing in the hands of reviewers. In regards to the 10.2-inch iPad, so far Scott Stein from CNET and Chris Velazco from Engadget have shared their opinions on the latest low-cost ‌iPad‌.

Given that this ‌iPad‌ lacks the complete design overhaul seen on the 2020 iPad Air, it’s come off as a bit underwhelming in these first hands-on previews. That still doesn’t undermine what Velazco described as welcome “extra power” under the hood for the 10.2-inch ‌iPad‌.

That’s because of the biggest new addition to the ‌iPad‌: the A12 Bionic chip, leading to a performance boost that was “noticeably smoother” to Velazco, even when gaming.

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