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The Christmas gift rush has well and truly begun and you’re looking for Apple’s 2021 iPad, which is high on your holiday shopping list. But, given the number of gifts you have to find, all reductions are good to take and that, Amazon has understood perfectly. Apple’s 2021 iPad is currently priced at 399 euros instead of 439 euros on the French Amazon store. And so that your wallet gets through the end-of-year celebrations without too much pain, you can even pay in 4 installments free of charge, i.e. 4 x 99.75 euros. In addition, by ordering your iPad 2021 on Amazon, you can take advantage of free delivery and, if necessary, returns at no additional cost, until January 31, 2023. And if you are a subscriber to Amazon Prime, you will also benefit from One business day delivery of your tablet, early enough to slip it under the tree.
Showing off a beautiful 10.2-inch Retina display with True Tone technology, the 2021 iPad measures ambient light and temperature levels and adjusts its brightness accordingly. This allows you to view all your content and games with more contrast than ever, bright and natural colors and rare fluidity. With 64GB of internal storage, you have enough space to take everything that matters with you wherever you go. Thanks to the A13 Bionic chip, the Apple tablet will run all the mobile applications and games that tempt you, without crashing or lagging. In addition, the tablet also convinces with its photos. With the Apple iPad 2021, you get an 8MP wide-angle rear camera and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle front sensor. The front camera also has the Centered Frame function which guarantees that you will always stay in the center of your videos and shots, without having to contort yourself for it.
Click here to take advantage of the Amazon offer on the Apple iPad
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