Cost of Buying an iPad in Canada

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Several new iPads have been released after the first model came out in the tear 2010, and with the release of these new models comes the change in the cost of buying an iPad. Buying an iPad in Canada should not be a hassle, as there are four major models you can pick from, with each model having its strengths.

Although most of these iPads look similar, it is important you know the different features each model has and the best that suit what you are looking for. We will be looking at all models of iPad from inception, the distinctive feature of each iPad model, and the best iPads available in the market.

iPad Evolution

Since its inception, the iPad has been giving customers the chance to be versatile with their pick. Each of their four models – iPad Line, iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPad Pro are all designed to appeal to different customer base. They come in different sizes, processors, displays, storage, colours, etc.

With the different models comes different storage size that can support all you need; you don’t have to worry about saving your files. Storage size ranging from 16GB in the older generations to 1TB in the newer models.

iPad has grown to be a versatile device, competing strongly amid a laptop and iPhone. iPads are very portable and can function as both devices when required with the right accessories connected to it.

iPad Models and Release Date

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Cost of Buying an iPad in Canada

For years now, iPad has gradually evolved from its first tablet-sized model to a more durable model that performs faster and has been integrated into people’s daily life and business. Below are the four major models, their specifications and cost of getting them in Canada. Prices also vary per storage space.

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Instalment Payment for iPad in Canada

If you find the cost of buying an iPad in Canada expensive, you can purchase on a Plan. Once you purchase on a plan, you’ll be required to pay in instalment. It will be billed to your Apple Card statement on the last day of the month. Your first monthly instalment is billed at the end of the same month that your iPad is shipped or when you pick it up. 

The total amount you finance for your new device is slashed into interest-free monthly instalments. Each instalment is included in your Apple Card minimum payment and is due monthly for the duration of the instalment plan.

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