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iPad 2018 vs iPad Pro

iPad 2018 vs iPad Pro
  • $329 (32GB), $429 (128GB), $459 (32GB, LTE), $559 (128GB, LTE), plus education discount available
As rumoured, Apple has introduced a new iPad for 2018 and it supports the Apple Pencil. So do you really need to spend a lot more to get an iPad Pro now? We compare the iPad models to help you choose which is best.

The iPad 2018 now starts at just £319/$329 making it the cheapest full-size iPad to date - it's normally £399. The new price gets you a Wi-Fi only model with 32GB of storage.

You can order it from Apple, of course, but it’s also available from John Lewis, Argos and Currys in the UK and Best Buy and Walmart in the US.

The new iPad price seems even better when we compare it to the iPad Pro which used to come in 9.7in but that model was discontinued last year.

Now you can get a 10.5in model starting at £619/$649 and the massive 12.9in version which will set you back at least £769/$799.

So that's almost twice the price between the new iPad for 2018 and the cheapest iPad Pro - and that's without including the price of Apple's Smart Keyboard which is a further £159/$159.

Is there enough reasons to pay all that extra money for a Pro? Let's take a look.
There's not much in the way of design and build to separate the iPad 2018 with the two iPad Pro models.

The obvious difference is the increasing size and weight as you opt for a bigger screen. Overall, they're typical iPads and there's no hidden surprises here.

Generally we'd recommend the 9.7- or 10.5in models in terms of size and weight unless you really need that extra real estate of the 12.9in iPad Pro.

One of the key things here is that the iPad Pro models are compatible with Apple's Smart Keyboard so if you're wanting to do a lot of typing then this will be an advantage. You can still use the iPad 2018 with a Bluetooth keyboard, though, so it's not your only choice.

If your heart it set on Rose Gold then you'll have to buy the 10.5in iPad Pro. It's worth noting the Gold colour for the iPad 2018 is a new hue - sort of half way between the Gold and Rose Gold of the iPad Pros.

And don't worry, all these iPads have headphone jacks.

As we've alluded to, one of the biggest choices here (beyond price) is which screen size suits your needs best. For most users the 9.7 or 10.5 models will be just fine but if you want a more laptop-like experience (possibly a laptop replacement even) then it could well be worth going for the 12.9in.

The new iPad 2018 has Apple Pencil support so there's no longer the need to get a Pro model to use Apple's own stylus. Either way it's still an optional extra that costs £89/$99.

This is great news if you're wanting to get an iPad with an Apple Pencil without breaking the bank. However, it's worth noting that the much cheaper iPad 2018 doesn't have a laminated screen so the experience isn't as good.

It's also possible you might want or need the anti-reflective coating, wide colour gamut and true tone display on offer with the iPad Pro models.

The iPad 2018 might only have a an A10 Fusion processor while the iPad Pros have the A10X but most users won't notice the difference. Professionals needing to do intensive graphics rendering might want to opt for the Pro for its extra performance.

Storage is another key area since Apple doesn't allow you to expand with a microSD card. The iPad 2018 is limited to 128GB but the iPad Pro can offer 256- or even 512GB - if you can afford those models.

Some smaller differences to consider include the better sound on offer with the iPad Pros due to the quad speaker setup. They also have better front and rear cameras as well as the newer generation of Touch ID.

Here’s a table to give you an overview of the specs and differences:
iPad 9.7 (2018)
iPad Pro
Screen size, resolution
9.7in, 2048x1536, 264ppi
10.5in, 2224x1668 or 12.9in 2732x2048 - 264ppi
Laminated screen
A10 Fusion
A10X Fusion
Storage options
32GB, 128GB
64, 256, 512GB
Space Grey, Silver, Gold
Space Grey, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold (10.5 only)
3.5mm headphone jack
Stereo speakers
Quad speakers
Apple Pencil support
Smart Keyboard support
Front, rear camera resolution
1.2Mp, 8Mp      
7Mp, 12Mp      
Max video recording
1080p, 120fps slo-mo
4K, 120fps slo-mo
Yes (2nd-gen)
469g (Wi-Fi)
469g (10.5in Wi-Fi), 677g (12.9in Wi-Fi) 
6.1mm (10.5in), 6.9mm (12.9in)

  • A10 Fusion chip with 64bit architecture
  • embedded M10 coprocessor 2GB RAM 32GB or 128GB storage (plus 200GB iCloud storage offer for schools) 9.7in screen (2048 x 1536 at 264ppi) 8Mp rear-facing camera, f/2.4, Live Photos, no flash, no OIS, Panorama mode up to 43Mp, 1080p HD video, slo-mo video at 720p and 120 fps 1.2Mp front-facing camera, Live Photos, Retina Flash, 720p HD video Battery life up to 10 hours (video, music or web browsing via Wi-Fi) or 9 hours (web browsing over cellular) Stereo speakers 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi Bluetooth 4.2 Touch ID Digital compass Accelerometer Barometer 240mm x 169.5mm x 7.5mm
  • 469g/478g


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