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Prime Day iPad Deals: Huge 24% saving on the latest iPad

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While this specific deal is no longer active, we are pretty confident that there will be more to follow. Keep an eye on our round-up of the best Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals for the latest offers.

The new iPad has had a whopping 24% price drop. It now costs just $249, down from $329. This rare discount on a new Apple product means you save $80.00, while getting Apple's latest iPad tech. We often see tech discounted for Prime Day 2020, and this is a great little offer.

This iPad comes with a 9.7-inch screen, powerful A10 Fusion processor and 32GB of storage space. It is also compatible with the Apple Pencil, making it a brilliant drawing and writing tool for a fraction of the price of an iPad Pro. 

You better jump on this bargain quick, though. Amazon was also offering a deal the 128GB iPad - but sold out fast. Act quick, and score yourself a bargain. 

This iPad deal offers tremendous value not only due to the large screen but because it gives you access to the latest Apple technology. That means you are future-proofing, this is a tablet that will work brilliantly for years to come. 

It's powerful enough to run all the latest iOS apps and games without slowing down at all. iOS 12 also comes with great additions like Screen Time, which lets you manage the use of the tablet and make sure that kids aren't glued to it for longer than you want to. This is the ideal family tablet.

To get your hands on the Apple iPad for this low price, you need to get Amazon Prime membership if you don't already have it. You can trial Amazon Prime for a month absolutely free. We recommend you join, take advantage of the deals and Amazon Video, and cancel before the monthly subscription fees starts if you decide you don't need it anymore.

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Richard is a writer and editor. He published his first technology related piece about a Spectrum Sinclair 128K at ten years old, when he was a runner up in a dyslexic poetry competition. He has been writing or researching in and around science and technology since – although the work is usually less lyrical. He has worked on everything from technical manuals for users to white papers and reviews.