The original iPad came out in April of 2010, and featured Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + 3G editions. This first-generation iPad functioned almost the same way as the iPod Touch did at the time


The iPad 2 came out in 2011, and brought a camera to the device. With dual-facing cameras, the iPad 2 gave users the ability to take pictures, record movies, and host video chats


The third generation iPad featured a 2056 x 1536 retina display, the highest resolution yet on the iPad. It has the same basic processor as the iPad 2 and the same basic exterior look


iPad Mini, The first iPad Mini came out in late 2012 with a 7.9-inch display. Powered by the same processor as the iPad 2, the iPad Mini retained the 4G compatibility offered in the third generation iPad


iPad (4th generation), The fourth generation iPad released took the form of a surprise announcement during the release of the iPad Mini.


iPad Mini 2, The iPad Mini 2 upped it's processing game from the original Mini. At a 1.4 GHz Dual Core 64-bit Apple A7 with Apple M7 Motion Co-Processor, the small device packs a big punch


iPad Air, The iPad Air is almost identical to the iPad Mini 2 in function. However, it features a larger 9.7-inch Retina display, which made it considered a full-size iPad. Its 64-bit processor was twice as powerful as the iPad 4


iPad Mini 3, The iPad Mini 3 takes the exact same form as the iPad Mini 2, except that it has a Touch ID fingerprint sensor.


iPad Air 2, The iPad Air 2, released in 2014, was a big move away from the normal iPads. Previous iPad models mimicked the latest iPhone of the time. The iPad Air 2.


iPad Pro (12.9-inch), The iPad Pro made iPads bigger and better than ever before. With a 12.9-inch display, this iPad is a giant compared to the 9.7-inch iPad Air.


iPad Mini 4, The iPad Mini 4 was announced during the release of the iPad Pro in 2015. The Mini 4 essentially pushed the third generation Mini out of existence 


iPad Pro (9.7-inch), This iPad Pro is a smaller version of the 12.9-inch device, but features a much better display, adding True Tone and decreased bright light reflection. 


The iPad, The 2017 fifth generation addition to the iPad family came as a surprise to many consumers, who expected a new iPad Pro or iPad Air.


iPad Pro (10.5-inch), This version of iPad Pro decreases the size of the bezel surrounding the display, stretching the screen to 10.5 inches. Matching the 12.9-inch model in performance and power.


iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd generation), The second generation iPad pro brings the True Tone display from the 9.7-inch version to the 12.9-inch one. The wide color display makes for a great device to watch movies or television shows on. 


iPad (6th generation), The updated device adds Apple Pencil capabilities to the iPad. The iPad also gets a bump in processing power, moving up from an Apple A9 to the A10 Fusion


iPad Pro 2018, The latest iPad was introduced at Apple's October 2018 special event in New York. Apple claims this iPad to be the "most advanced, powerful iPad ever." Coming in 11 and 12.9-inch models.