2019 iPad 10.2" | GAMING TEST

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I recently picked up Apple’s 2019 budget iPad 10.2″ for testing and review. Because it features the A10 fusion chip (which was introduced with the iPhone 7) many doubt its ability to keep up with more demanding tasks including intensive gaming. So I decided to put it to the test and run some fairly demanding games to see how it would fare. In this video, I cover Minecraft, Star Wars Lego Saga, Call of Duty Mobile, PUBG, Formula 1 and #Drive on the 2019 iPad 10.2″ in order to give you a good idea of the performance you should expect!

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  1. Taj Callender
    Taj Callender says:

    Gaming is only gonna be “decent” on it. The A10 is not the best. I don’t know how they got away with selling the same exact device, just with a Smart Connector and larger size. My mini 5 crushes that thing, for only $80. As I keep saying, if you don’t mind having a smaller size/screen, or WANT a smaller size/screen, then the mini is a waaaaaaaaay better deal, unless you really, really love the Smart Keyboard. Originally, when my Air 2 had broke, my favorite iPad at the time was the 9.7” iPad 6, and I had lost a lot of hope in a new iPad mini, but I had still wanted one to come out, I was planning to just get the iPad 6 and move on. But then, Apple says “nope” and just creates a new mini!

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  2. Ezra Hagar
    Ezra Hagar says:

    That's sad that ppl like me have to pay so much to have something to last year's I have to have a iPad to do my school work on PDFs and take pictures of the TV for notes and I had to pay $550 for a iPad air 3 but I did get some beats solo ³ for education but I'm legally blind

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  3. Egg Plant
    Egg Plant says:

    Is it good for media consumption? I mean the non-laminated display does it affect your viewing experience? I want to get an IPad just for watching Youtube, Netflix and basic stuff like email. I don't play a lot of games. I want to get the IPAD AIR but the price is just too much but I can afford it but I'm open to other option especially when it can save me a lot of money. Also, how long do you think will Apple support the IPad 2019?

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