Apple's new 2022 iPad lineup gives customers more options than ever.

Apple today updated its iPad lineup with a new entry-level 10th generation ?iPad and new higher-end iPad Pro options.

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With two new iPads, Apple's ?iPad lineup is bigger than ever and offers customers even more options.

At the higher end of the spectrum is the ?iPad Pro line, which starts at $799.

With the ?iPad Pro, users get Apple's new M2 silicon chip, advanced displays with ProMotion, and support for features like hovering with the second-generation Apple Pencil.

For users who want high performance without more advanced features, the iPad Air is powered by the M1 chip and comes in a portable design that starts at $599.

The base ninth-generation ?iPad remains on offer at $329, but was succeeded today by the new 10-generation model.

The new entry-level ?iPad features an all-new design that comes in bold colors and is powered by the A14 chip.

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And it has USB-C. For customers who want the smallest ?iPad possible, the iPad mini comes in a compact design that starts at $499.