You can still buy the last-gen iPad with a headphone jack for $249


If you’re looking for a budget-friendly tablet for entertainment purposes, the 10.2-inch ninth-gen iPad still offers excellent value for your money. It’s $100 cheaper than its larger, 10.9-inch successor with an older A13 Bionic processor, yet it runs the same software and can do a lot of the same things. It’s still plenty fast for basic tasks like streaming, playing games, and making video calls.

Granted, we wouldn’t recommend buying it if you need a tablet for daily work, but the last-gen iPad is also fine for some light productivity. It supports the same apps, after all, while you can even take notes with the first-gen Apple Pencil — though you’ll also have to buy that from a third-party retailer like Amazon. And while it lacks the 10th-gen iPad’s USB-C connector, again, it’s the last iPad with a 3.5mm headphone jack, which might make up for that if you aren’t ready to let go of your old wired headphones.

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