The eighth-gen iPad feels familiar. It should be familiar: iPads don’t change much. But the world certainly has. My whole family is trapped at home, working and going to school; remote connections are our whole lives. And iPads and Chromebooks are everywhere in our house.
My kids connect to their classes through devices: one on a Chromebook, the younger one on an iPad. iPads aren’t ideal for school. They’re convenient in a pinch, but not all apps work well, and not all input tools do, either.
The basic iPad has been the…
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