Is It Worth to Buy An Ipad 2018 in 2019 for Emails?

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Is it worth to buy an iPad 2018 in 2019 for emails, web browsing (both PDF and word format), word typing, documents editing, and social media?

IPad ( 8th Generation ) Display. 10.2-inch Retina display | Processor. A12 Bionic | Storage. 32GB or 128GB | Biometrics. Touch ID | Colors. Silver, space gray, gold | Cameras. 8MP rear, 1080p video. 1.2MP FaceTime camera | Weight. 1.08 pounds | Dimensions. 9.8 x 6.8 x 0.29 inches | Connections. 3.5mm headphone jack, Lightning port | Battery life. 10 hours Apple's tried-and-true tablet, the base model iPad, is arguably the best value out of the group. You get all of the same features as the more expensive Pro and Air models, and for the first time, it comes with a larger 10.2-inch display. With the improved performance of its updated processor and multiple storage options, the base model is perfect for students or someone who needs a tablet for watching their favorite Netflix shows and ordering groceries but doesn't truly want it to replace their laptop. Apple hasn't expanded its facial recognition hardware beyond the iPad Pro quite yet. But with the recent update to the iPad Air, the iPad and iPad Mini are the only two tablets left in Apple's lineup that still have a home button with Touch ID. There is, however, a Smart Connector to add Apple's Smart Keyboard, turning the iPad into more of a laptop than a tablet. And, of course, it supports the Apple Pencil

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For students and people who are into photography or want to edit their own photos with the iPad Air 2's camera, the iPad Air and iPad Pro are ideal. Both are built with the A12 Bionic, which has seen improvements in performance to handle even more demanding apps. The iPad Pro, unsurprisingly, has a wider 128 GB storage option, as well as the ability to connect more storage via the Smart Keyboard.