Apple iPad 2019 (7th generation) review
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The basic iPad has undergone its most radical change since the original model launched in 2010. Now on the seventh generation, Apple has upped the screen size from 9.7 inches to 10.2 inches, and added some features that were previously only reserved for more expensive models. With that, it’s also increased the price by £30. Does it justify the expense or should you look elsewhere? Read our full lab-tested review to find out.
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