Apple's 10.2-inch iPad is on sale at a $30 discount in almost every single variant

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Apple's 10.2-inch iPad is on sale at a $30 discount in almost every single variant
Bargain hunters know full well not to expect any Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals directly from Apple, but at the same time, you can probably count on the likes of Amazon and Best Buy to offer decent discounts soon enough on new and old iPhones, iPads, and Watches available today.

Interestingly, Amazon seems to have prematurely kicked off an extensive sale unlikely to be eclipsed this holiday season. Normally priced at $329 and up, the recently released iPad 10.2 is currently up for grabs for $30 off list. Obviously, that's not what we'd call an earth-shattering price cut, but the beauty of this deal is that you're not confined to a limited number of colors or storage variants.

Pretty much every single 7th Generation iPad configuration can be purchased at $30 less than usual, including gold, space gray, and silver hues with 32 or 128 gigs of storage space and either cellular connectivity or Wi-Fi support only. Notable exceptions include the gold LTE-enabled 32GB version and the space gray 128GB model equipped with both Wi-Fi and cellular technology, which are listed at their regular prices at the time of this writing.

Before pulling the trigger, it's important to consider your options, as Apple sells more iPad generations and variants than ever before, not to mention several models that are still available at major retailers like Best Buy and B&H Photo Video despite technically being discontinued.

While far from impressive, the fall 2019-released iPad 10.2 sports a larger screen than its predecessor, as well as the same old reliable and speedy Touch ID fingerprint sensor, a little extra memory, solid battery life, and support for a productivity-enhancing Smart Keyboard (sold separately) in addition to a creativity-encouraging Apple Pencil.

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