Which operating system for your tablet ?
When it comes to buying a tablet, the main choice you will need to make is the operating system. The operating systems for tablets fall into three basic camps: Apple (iOS), Google (Android), and Microsoft (Windows). The one you pick will be based a lot on the kind of things you do on your regular computer and smartphone. If you already have a smartphone with one of these operating systems, you may want to consider picking up a tablet running the same OS. Both Android and iOS behave almost exactly the same across devices, making getting used to your device much easier. This will also allow you to connect your devices easier and share things between them. If you regularly use services provided by one of these operating systems, (iCloud, Google Drive, OneDrive, etc.), you may want to pick a tablet from the same OS. This isn’t necessary, however, as there are apps available for all devices that allow you to access other services
|Buy on Amazon:||£315(Just updated)|
A10 Fusion chip
Touch ID fingerprint sensor
8MP rear camera 1.
2-megapixel FaceTime HD camera, front-facing camera
Up to 10 hours of battery life
Lightning connector for charging and accessories
iOS 12 with the Group FaceTime, shared augmented reality experiences, the Screen and the Time of
|Apple Pencil Compatibility||Apple Pencil|
|Camera||8MP camera with HDR and 1080p HD video|
|Chip||A10 Fusion chip with 64-bit architecture, Embedded M10 coprocessor|
|Display||9.7-inch Retina display|
|Face/Touch ID||Touch ID|
|Smart Keyboard Compatibility||Compatible with Bluetooth keyboards|
|Video||1080p HD video recording|
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