(1) See also iPod (Apple's music player).
(2) A very popular tablet computer from Apple, introduced in April 2010. The iPad interface is similar to the iPod touch and iPhone, but its 9.7" screen enables it to replace a laptop for many purposes. All models come with Wi-Fi, and 3G/4G cellular access is optional. Designed for Web browsing, e-mail, e-book reading and entertainment, flash-based storage holds up to 128GB of apps and data. iPad Air The 5th-generation iPad was renamed "iPad Air," and the generation numbering started over again (see table below). See iPad Air. iPad Pro Apple introduced the 12.9" iPad Pro in late 2015 along with an optional keyboard and stylus. The Pro debuted with iOS 9, which supports a split screen for viewing two apps. In March 2016, a 9.7" Pro was added. See iPad Pro. Hundreds of Thousands of iPhone Apps Although apps written for the iPad take advantage of the larger screen, the iPad runs most iPhone apps intact and can scale them to twice their original size. See iPad mini, iPad 2, New iPad, iPad with Retina Display, tablet computer and iPed.