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Apple is reportedly launching low-cost iPads for schools

Apple is reportedly launching low-cost iPads for schools
From Engadget - March 23, 2018

As a point of reference, the cheapest iPad available is the standard $329 iPad with 32GB of RAM. By contrast, many Chromebooks and PCs can be had for less than $200.

Apple used to dominate the educational market, but 60 percent of it is now held by Google-powered Chromebooks or Android tablets, 22 percent by PCs and 20 percent by Macs and devices. The market is worth $17.7 billion worldwide, but it's not just sales that are the point. Many students continue using the devices they learned on, driving future sales for educational suppliers.

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