Our comprehensive tablet tests include more than just Apple devices, and we've noticed a sharp upturn in the number of tablets available that rival the i Pad range in terms of both performance and price.For more information, see our guides to the best Android tablets and best Windows tablets.However, it’s only worth going beyond the 32GB size if you plan on storing multiple high-definition films on your i Pad. See all our best-reviewed i Pads in one place on our Apple tablets brand page.
What we think: With i Pads, the storage space is fixed, unlike some tablets made by Apple's rivals that let you expand the storage by inserting a micro-SD memory card.
So it's important that you choose an i Pad with enough space for your long-term needs.
Back when Kelly Rush, one of Tech Smith’s Associate Program Managers, originally wrote this post in 2012, it was pretty difficult to get a screen recording off an i Pad or tablet.
I recently talked to Kelly about the method he currently uses to record screen video from i Pads, Android devices, and other tablets to see how the process has changed.
The i Pad Pro 10.5" and 12.9" models are available in 64GB, 256GB and a huge 512GB size.
If you're a heavy user of apps and videos, then it might be worth paying for more storage.The i Pad mini 4 is available in three storage sizes: 16GB, 64GB and 128GB, although Apple only stocks the 128GB on its own site.The i Pad 9.7 is available in 32GB and 128GB size variants.It's the most expensive i Pad out there, and many users will never even get close to reaching its full potential.However, for those looking to run demanding apps, it's a strong contender.If you already have Camtasia for Mac and an i OS device, you can skip the apps altogether and record straight from Camtasia (check out this tutorial to learn how! Below I’ll go over how to use a few popular mirroring apps.