Apple has a long history of interest in education, so it's no surprise that they have released a special iPad intended for use in education. It offers a friendly price point and support for Apple Pencil to become an essential tool for every schoolchild.
Apple builds on its well-proven design in this model by using the Apple A10 Fusion processor with a 64-bit architecture, which works reliably in the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus phones. The 9.7" Retina display offers a fine resolution of 2048×1536 at 264 pixels per inch (ppi).
Support for Apple Pencil is the biggest game changer, previously supported on only Pro series iPads. With the touch pen, the tablet lets you do much more. Although it resembles a classic pencil, it offers many more options. In combination with various applications, you will have a wide variety of tools at your fingertips. The upgraded, free iWork office suite now supports Apple Pencil, for example, you can write your own notes in Keynote presentations.
Augmented Reality is a technology that shows virtual objects in the real world. There is an unprecedented number of education applications to help visually understand problems, for example, you can examine even the smallest bones in the human body in detail without a single cut.