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Walmart has last years model iPad on sale for $249.99 in the 32GB model.

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Might pull the trigger after another another price drop
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Might pull the trigger after another another price drop
This is gonna be the regular price now bc of the new model.
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Was about to jump on this but with the retail price of the 6th gen at $329, why? Other than saving $80 is there any compelling reason to choose this over the 6th gen?
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Was about to jump on this but with the retail price of the 6th gen at $329, why? Other than saving $80 is there any compelling reason to choose this over the 6th gen?
no, the 6th gen is better in every way except for price.
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Was about to jump on this but with the retail price of the 6th gen at $329, why? Other than saving $80 is there any compelling reason to choose this over the 6th gen?
Idk, ppl are just weird like that Because they are on sales?
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The price for this should be now 200.

With new model out with pencil support and A10 processor
$249 is high price for this one.
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Without jobs, the apple premium seems to be going down
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Without jobs, the apple premium seems to be going down
yes, they resist hard, but those insane margins will continue being compressed, with or without Jobs because of increasingly compelling competition. they are not the only game in town anymore... well, maybe in tablets to a decent extent, but certainly not phones.
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Without jobs, the apple premium seems to be going down
That seems to be the case, but it's nice that they are trying to appeal to a wider audience of affordability.
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yes, they resist hard, but those insane margins will continue being compressed, with or without Jobs because of increasingly compelling competition. they are not the only game in town anymore... well, maybe in tablets to a decent extent, but certainly not phones.
They really don't have any competition in the tablet side because the competition is so weak. Phone yes for sure.
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Was about to jump on this but with the retail price of the 6th gen at $329, why? Other than saving $80 is there any compelling reason to choose this over the 6th gen?
The pencil is the only compelling reason I see.
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This is the same iPad they have at aafes for military/veteran/retired personnel for $199 and tax free.
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The price for this should be now 200.

With new model out with pencil support and A10 processor
$249 is high price for this one.
If you don't use the pencil and you do basic activities like read and stream video, I doubt there will a significant difference in performance between the 2017 iPad and the 2018 iPad. Worth saving $50-80 for many users.
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