Apple likes its short tutorial videos, it really does. The company has been sharing condensed informational videos on its new products left and right this past year, and the new, 6th-gen iPad with Apple Pencil support is no exception. Apple has unloaded a handful of helpful clips on the new product, and they can be found on the official iPad how-to page (linked below).
The first video goes over the Split View split-screen feature that allows users to multitask between two apps, while the second one focuses on the Instant Markup feature that lets users scribble on and annotate screenshots on the iPad. The videos are short and sweet, at just about a minute long each, and while some of the more tech-savvy people out there may not find them particularly informative, they serve as a nice segue for those just now getting an iPad.
The new, 6th-gen iPad was announced on March 27th and went on sale last week, priced at $329 iPad. It is the first non-Pro iPad model to feature support for Apple Pencil and is mainly geared toward the education sector, but makes a great, affordable tablet as well, especially considering the Apple Pencil support.