I said in the final part of my iPhone SE diary that perceptions of iDevices are very personal, in part because of the role the product plays within our own personal Apple ecosystem – and that's equally true here. For someone who likes to draw, or handwrite, Apple Pencil support makes the upgrade from an earlier iPad a no-brainer. You're getting a huge amount of additional functionality for your money. You could say that you're getting an iPad Air 2 plus a sophisticated electronic sketching device, all in one box. But I can't draw, and I haven't handwritten anything for years. So for me, the upgrade from my iPad Air is a less dramatic one. The question is whether the relatively modest enhancements can justify the fairly stiff increase in price … ? Apple products hold their value well, but let's be honest here: any time you upgrade a year-old product for the latest model, you're going to take a financial hit. The resale value of last year's device will be decent, but you still need to throw in a non-trivial amount of cash to make up the difference. But anyone upgrading from the iPad Air 2 to the same-size iPad Pro is… Read full this story
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