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6 Reasons to Buy the 2018 iPad Pro & 4 Reasons to Wait

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Wait Until You're Prepared to Buy

Wait Until You're Prepared to Buy

The 2018 iPad Pros are, again, expensive gadgets so don't rush into anything. Make sure you gather intelligence about Apple's iPad Pro models and their competitors and make sure you research your habits and needs before you buy. 

First and foremost, you'll want to dig into the four storage sizes to make sure you don't overspend or buy an iPad Pro with too little storage. 

You'll also want to determine if you need an LTE model. If you decide that you do, you'll want to research your carrier options and determine the carrier and plan that best suits your needs. That takes time. 

If you can go hands-on with the 11-inch and 12.9-inch model before you settle on one or the other. Look into accessories, including the Apple Pencil, Smart Keyboard, and cases

There are a ton of excellent iPad Pro 2018 alternatives on the market right now including the 2020 iPad Pros, Apple's iPad mini 5, iPad Air 4, and iPad Air 3.

We've put together a list of the best iPad Pro alternatives running Windows 10 and there are some solid, affordable devices on that list. 

There are also a ton of Android options out there including Samsung's Galaxy Tab S7, Galaxy Tab S6Galaxy Tab S4, Galaxy Tab S5e, and Galaxy Tab A 10.5 tablets. 

Check out these devices today or in the near future. If you find a tablet with the right feature-set and price for you and your needs, don't hesitate.

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Johan

    04/01/2018 at 12:09 am

    I have ipad air 2 now. I buy a 2018 today and when new ipad pro comes, i buy that one. I can sell 2018 then for a good price and for the time being I have a very good and brand new Ipad.
    I would regret buying an IPad pro now, because of the high price and little differences comparing ipad 2018. And selling Ipad Pro later is not possible without losing much money (price will drop a lot)

  2. priya

    04/26/2018 at 11:35 pm

    One of the strengths of the iPad product line is its flexibility when it comes to user input. You can tap on screen, dictate by voice, or connect a keyboard and type away.

    • Raj

      06/04/2018 at 1:59 pm

      That’s a common feature across all ecosystems.

  3. Just another guy on the web

    10/05/2018 at 9:32 am

    I waited and waited for the Samsung Galaxy Tab s3…..and when it came out, it was still weaker than the iPad Pro 12.9 that had been out for a while. I use the iPad at work. It has made a big difference. Keep the size the same and increase the screen to 13.3″ I also want to see 6GB of RAM, OLED screen with at least 350ppi or LCD with 450ppi and an A12 or A12X.
    If it has that, I will buy it, even if it is as expensive as the iPhone XS Max.

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