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Apple has launched this iPad to promote Education.

Greg Joswiak also revealed that there are over 200,000 apps made for education and the new iPad supports the Apple Pencil stylus. That said about the AppleCare+ pricing for the latest iPads, we will keep you posted with further updates from Apple and other tech giants.

Apple is rolling out a new educational app and giving away extra online storage to teachers and students in an attempt to reclaim some of the ground that it has lost in USA classrooms.

Apple Inc. unveiled a new iPad for students at the education event in Chicago two days ago.

This new addition of affordable iPad to its existing product line-up is primarily targeted against the Google's Chromebook products.

All the new features that were announced during the annual spring event are part of a new Apple initiative called "Everyone Can Create".

An even-lower priced iPad could help Apple teach Google a lesson.

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Some Apple Stores have these new tablets in stock already and those ordering online will receive their devices by April 3.

They discussed about this new iPad at large and gave an insight into the educational plans of Apple.

The 9.7-inch iPad (2018) is already up for sale in 25 countries including the U.S., the UK, Norway, New Zealand, Australia, China, France and Japan. Some sources are saying that Apple will also release new versions of its Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps that support the Apple Pencil, which means iPad owners will be able to use the Pencil to write within these apps.

To get ahead of Apple's news, Google announced on Monday its first tablet running Chrome 10: Acer's Tab 10.

Apple's education business has had its ups and downs. iPads and Mac computers were once the primary devices used in American schools. Very aptly named the Crayon (being indicative of the fact that it's for the younger school-going generation as opposed to the Apple Pencil, meant for professionals), the stylus is colorful, sleek, and plays the flawless little sibling to the Apple Pencil. The Apple Pencil, is of course, sold separately, at ₹7,600.

Among those applications is Google Expeditions, which is now being tested by a number of schools in the U.S. Expeditions enables teachers to take their students on virtual journeys to explore everything from Australia's Great Barrier Reef to the International Space Station to the eye of a Category 5 hurricane.