If you’re interested in purchasing Apple’s new and cheaper iPad, it is now in stock at Apple retail locations and Best Buy stores, as spotted by 9to5Mac. Earlier this week, Apple announced the new cheaper iPad at its education initiative in Chicago.
The sixth-generation iPad comes with Pencil support, and the base model price starts at $329. This is the first non-pro iPad that comes with Pencil support. Additionally, it comes with Touch ID, HD FaceTime camera, the usual 10 hours of battery life, 8-megapixel rear camera, A10 Fusion chip, and LTE option. For colors, the iPad is available in silver, space gray, and a new gold option.