The Apple iPad is a line of touchscreen tablet computers designed and produced by Apple Inc since 2010. Functioning on Apple’s iOS operating system, the iPad satisfies the technology gap between the markets of a typical laptop and a smartphone. Because of its larger display compared to the iPhone, the Apple iPad is often used for productivity, graphics, video-editing and e-reading.
Apple's first iPad was introduced in 2010 and ever since then, it has revolutionized the tablet market. Encased by a large touch screen, the Apple iPad is used the same way a smartphone is used with the bonuses of productivity, graphics, and video editing. Running Apple’s iOS system, Apple iPads can be used to replace laptop computers since they are small and pack a punch in power and speed. Apple iPads come in various sizes; such as, the iPad Mini is the smallest iPad with a 7.9” screen or the iPad Pro which is the biggest iPad coming in with a 12.9” screen.