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Apple’s 9th-gen iPad falls to a new low of $230 in early Black Friday deal

Sarah Fielding

We’re only a few days out from Black Friday, and the sales keep building. The latest deal worth checking out comes courtesy of a new all-time low price on Apple’s ninth-generation iPad. The 64GB device is currently available for $230, down from $329 — a 30 percent discount.

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The ninth-gen Apple iPad is a great option if you want a simple, well-performing iPad that does everything you need. It’s the cheapest option on the market (even more so now), with us naming it the best budget iPad for 2023. It first came on the scene in 2021, getting an 86 in our review thanks to updates like Apple’s A13 Bionic chip and doubling the amount of storage it has for the same price.

Apple’s 2021 iPad also has True Tone technology, changing the color based on the room’s ambient light, and has a 12MP front-facing camera. Plus, it offers up to 10 hours of battery life when watching videos, playing music or on the internet. Accessory-wise, it’s compatible with the first-gen Apple Pencil. If you want a bit of an upgrade, Apple’s tenth-generation iPad is also on sale, with a 22 percent discount dropping its price to $349 from $449.

Your Black Friday Shopping Guide: See all of Yahoo’s Black Friday coverage, here. Follow Engadget for Black Friday tech deals. Learn about Black Friday trends on In The Know. Hear from Autoblog’s experts on the best Black Friday deals for your car, garage, and home, and find Black Friday sales to shop on AOL, handpicked just for you.

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