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Since Steve Jobs introduced the iPad in 2010, the tablet market has never been the same. It's so much more than a bigger iPhone; it's a portable workstation, a creative drawing tablet, and a fantastic way to view your favorite media. Thanks to iPadOS 16, the iPad helps you get anything you want done. Whether you're a Pro poweruser or an iPad mini maven, there's never been a better time to get an iPad. iMore has all the advice you need to get the most out of Apple's tablet. 

The current lineup

The iPad lineup is deep and wide, including Pro models with extra features, thin and powerful Air models, minis, and more. Here's the roster:

How to troubleshoot iPad problems 

iPad is an amazing computer, managing to be powerful, portable, and accessible all at the same time. If it's working. If it's giving you problems — if it's sluggish or stuck, won't power off or power back on, if the battery is draining fast or not charging properly, if you can't connect to Bluetooth, HomeKit, or AirDrop — then it's a worthless hunk of metal and glass. Your first instinct might be to call Apple Support or visit the Genius Bar, but that all takes time. If you just want to get everything working again, here are some things you can try on your own, and try right now!

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