Apple just announced a new iPad designed to make use of the company's upcoming iPadOS. The seventh-generation iPad will launch on September 30 for $329.
The new iPad will have a 10.2 inch retina display and a smart connector to attach an optional smart keyboard, which also functions as a cover for the iPad screen. The display will showcase 3.5 million pixels and is powered by Apple's A10 Fusion chip.
Like the previous iPad models, the new device will feature full support for the Apple Pencil. The iPadOS will improve pencil and touch screen functionality for multiple apps and offers support for USB drives (attached via a dongle).
Apple unveiled the new device during a special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. People who purchase the new iPad will also be eligible for a free year of Apple TV Plus, the company's upcoming television service featuring new original shows.