How to watch UFC Fight Night: Jung vs. Ige this Saturday on ESPN+

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  • UFC Fight Night: Jung vs. Ige will be streamed live on ESPN+ on June 19.
  • Prelims start at 4 p.m. ET, while the main card is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. ET.
  • Every UFC Fight Night is included with ESPN+, which costs $6 a month or $60 per year.

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Featherweight contenders Chan Sung Jung and Dan Ige will headline this Saturday’s UFC Fight Night at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. The entire event will air on ESPN2 and ESPN+ with prelims scheduled for 4 p.m. ET and the main card starting at 7 p.m. ET.

This is Jung’s sixth consecutive main event match; his last fight was a decision loss to Brian Ortega in October 2020. Ige scored a first-round knockout in his March 2021 fight against Gavin Tucker, rebounding from a decision loss to Calvin Kattar last year. Both fighters are working to maintain their place in UFC’s increasingly competitive featherweight division.

UFC Fight Night: Jung vs. Ige will have limited attendance, though UFC has started welcoming fans back to other events. UFC 264: Poirier vs. McGregor will be the first Las Vegas UFC event with fans since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

Here’s the match schedule for UFC Fight Night: Jung vs. Ige

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UFC Fight Night matches are included with an ESPN+ subscription.

Prelims – 4 p.m. ET, 1 p.m. PT on ESPN+ and ESPN2

  • Casey O’Neill versus Lara Procopio [Women’s flyweight]
  • Joaquim Silva versus Ricky Glenn [Lightweight]
  • Josh Parisian versus Roque Martinez [Heavyweight]
  • Kalinn Williams versus Matthew Semelsberger [Welterweight]
  • Kanako Murata versus Virna Jandiroba [Women’s strawweight]
  • Aleksa Camur versus Nicolae Negumereanu [Light heavyweight]

Main card – 7 p.m. ET, 4 p.m. PT on ESPN+ and ESPN2

  • Matt Brown versus Dhiego Lima [Welterweight]
  • Wellington Turman versus Bruno Silva [Middleweight]
  • Julian Erosa versus Seungwoo Choi [Featherweight]
  • Marlon Vera versus Davey Grant [Bantamweight]
  • Aleksei Oleinik versus Serghei Spivac [Heavyweight]
  • Chan Sung Jung versus Dan Ige [Featherweight]

How to watch UFC Fight Night matches

UFC Fight Night: Jung vs. Ige is separated into two parts: the prelims and the main card. The entire event will be streamed live on ESPN2 and ESPN+, starting with the prelims at 4 p.m. ET. The main card will begin at 7 p.m. ET.

ESPN+ subscribers can watch every UFC Fight Night event live and also gain access to a huge catalog of classic UFC matches and recent highlights. ESPN+ costs $6 a month or $60 for a full year, and it’s available as an app on most mobile and streaming devices. You can also bundle ESPN+ with Disney Plus and Hulu for $14 a month.

Here’s a full breakdown of additional features and details for ESPN+

Some UFC Fight Nights, like this one, are available on the ESPN cable networks as well. If you don’t have cable, ESPN is available through live TV streaming services, including Hulu + Live TV, AT&T TV, and Youtube TV.

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How to watch UFC Fight Night: Font vs. Garbrandt this Saturday on ESPN+

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Rob Font strikes Matt Schnell with a knee on his way to winning their 2016 fight.

  • UFC Fight Night: Font vs. Garbrandt will be streamed live on ESPN+ on May 22.
  • Prelims start at 4 p.m. ET, while the main card is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. ET.
  • Every UFC Fight Night is included with ESPN+, which costs $6 a month or $60 per year.

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High-ranking bantamweights Rob Font and Cody Garbrandt will meet in the main event of this weekend’s UFC Fight Night on ESPN+, with coverage beginning at 4 p.m. ET.

Font and Garbrandt are ranked third and fourth in their weight class, respectively, and a win at UFC Fight Night would put them on a fast track to battle for UFC’s bantamweight championship. Font enters the match with three consecutive victories under his belt, including a first-round knockout that earned him UFC’s Performance of the Night honors in December 2020.

Garbrandt previously held the title in 2017 but suffered a trio of losses that left him considering a move to flyweight. He contracted COVID-19 last year and subsequent health complications have kept him out of the octagon since June 2020.

Both the prelims and main card of this week’s UFC Fight Night will air exclusively on ESPN+, with prelim coverage starting at 4 p.m. ET from UFC’s Las Vegas campus. The main card is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. ET.

UFC Fight Night: Font vs. Garbrandt will be held without fans in attendance because of the COVID-19 pandemic. UFC 264 on July 10 will be the first Las Vegas UFC event with a full crowd since the pandemic began. UFC has consistently implemented safety precautions for fighters and staff, including advanced medical screenings, regular testing, temperature checks, and social distancing guidelines.

Here’s the match schedule for UFC Fight Night: Font vs. Garbrandt

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Prelims – 4 p.m. ET, 1 p.m. PT on ESPN+

  • Rafael Alves versus Damir Ismagulov [Lightweight]
  • Yancy Medeiros versus Damir Hadzovic [Lightweight]
  • David Dvorak versus Juancamilo Ronderos [Flyweight]
  • Josh Culibao versus Shayilan Nuerdanbieke [Featherweight]
  • Bruno Silva versus Victor Rodriguez [Flyweight]
  • Court McGee versus Claudio Silva [Welterweight]
  • Ben Rothwell versus Chris Barnett [Heavyweight]

Main card – 7 p.m. ET, 4 p.m. PT on ESPN+

  • Jack Hermansson versus Edmen Shahbazyan [Middleweight]
  • Ricardo Ramos versus Bill Algeo [Featherweight]
  • Felicia Spencer versus Norma Dumont Viana [Women’s featherweight]
  • Justin Tafa versus Jared Vanderaa [Heavyweight]
  • Yan Xiaonan versus Carla Esparza [Women’s strawweight]
  • Rob Font versus Cody Garbrandt [Bantamweight]

How to watch UFC Fight Night matches

UFC Fight Night: Font vs. Garbrandt is separated into two parts: the prelims and the main card. The entire event will be streamed live on ESPN+, starting with the prelims at 4 p.m. ET. The main card will begin at 7 p.m. ET.

ESPN+ subscribers can watch every UFC Fight Night event live and also gain access to a huge catalog of classic UFC matches and recent highlights. ESPN+ costs $6 a month or $60 for a full year, and it’s available as an app on most mobile and streaming devices. You can also bundle ESPN+ with Disney Plus and Hulu for $14 a month.

Here’s a full breakdown of additional features and details for ESPN+

Some UFC Fight Nights are available on the ESPN cable network as well. If you don’t have cable, ESPN is available through live TV streaming services, including Hulu + Live TV, AT&T TV, and Youtube TV.

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How to use Carvana to buy a used car online

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  • Carvana is an online-only marketplace of used vehicles that aims to make the car-buying process less stressful.
  • The website allows shoppers to complete the entire buying process on a computer or phone.
  • Here’s how to use Carvana, from applying for financing to finalizing a purchase and getting a car delivered.

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Carvana’s online marketplace of preowned vehicles gives shoppers access to thousands of used cars across the country. Although buying a car on the site isn’t too dissimilar from how a used car lot functions, it’s far less stressful than dealing directly with a salesperson.

If you’ve never bought a car online before, the process may seem more complex than it actually is. To help, we’ve laid out a step-by-step walkthrough of how to use Carvana, from browsing and making a purchase, to applying for in-house financing and setting up delivery.

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How to watch UFC Fight Night: Whittaker vs. Gastelum this Saturday on ESPN+

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Robert Whittaker punches Darren Till during their UFC Fight Night match in July 2020.

  • UFC Fight Night: Whittaker vs. Gastelum will be broadcast live on ESPN and ESPN+ on April 17.
  • Prelims start at 7 p.m. ET, while the main card is scheduled to begin at 10 p.m. ET.
  • Every UFC Fight Night is included with ESPN+, which costs $6 a month or $60 per year.

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This Saturday’s UFC Fight Night will feature top ranked middleweight Robert Whittaker against Kelvin Gastelum in the main event – prelims will start at 7 p.m. ET, with the main card scheduled to begin at 10 p.m. ET. The entire event will be broadcast live from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas on ESPN and ESPN+.

Whittaker was originally scheduled to fight Brazilian fighter Paulo Costa, but Costa fell ill with COVID-19 followed by a severe flu that led to him withdrawing from the match. The winner between Whittaker and Costa would have created a clear path to challenge UFC Middleweight Champion Israel Adesanya.

Whittaker lost the title to Adesanya in October 2019 but retained his spot at the top of the weight class with victories over Darren Till and Jared Cannonier. Gastelum has lost three of his lasts four fights, including matches against Adesanya and Till, but rebounded with a win over Ian Heinisch in February at UFC 258.

UFC Fight Night: Whittaker vs. Gastelum will be held without fans in attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic. UFC has consistently implemented safety precautions for fighters and staff during the pandemic, including advanced medical screenings, regular testing, temperature checks, and social distancing guidelines. UFC President Dana White announced that UFC 261 will be held with a full crowd in Jacksonville, Florida, on April 24.

Here’s the match schedule for UFC Fight Night: Whittaker vs. Gastelum

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Prelims – 7 p.m. ET, 4 p.m. PT on ESPN and ESPN+

  • Tony Gravely versus Anthony Birchak [Bantamweight]
  • Austin Hubbard versus Dakota Bush [Lightweight]
  • Bartosz Fabinski versus Gerald Meerschaert [Middleweight]
  • Jessica Penne versus Lupita Godinez [Women’s Strawweight]
  • Alexandr Romanov versus Juan Espino [Heavyweight]
  • Tracy Cortez versus Justine Kish [Women’s Flyweight]

Main card – 10 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. PT on ESPN and ESPN+

  • Luis Pena versus Alexander Munoz [Lightweight]
  • Abdul Razak Alhassan versus Jacob Malkoun [Middleweight]
  • Andrei Arlovski versus Chase Sherman [Heavyweight]
  • Jeremy Stephens versus Drakkar Klose [Lightweight]
  • Robert Whittaker versus Kelvin Gastelum [Middleweight]

How to watch UFC Fight Night matches

UFC Fight Night: Whittaker vs. Gastelum is separated into two parts: the prelims and the main card. The entire event will be broadcast live on ESPN and streamed o ESPN+ starting with the prelims at 7 p.m. ET.

If you’re already an ESPN cable subscriber, you can watch the entire event on TV or login to ESPN.com via your cable provider to watch. ESPN is also available through live TV streaming services, including Hulu + Live TV, AT&T TV, and Youtube TV.

ESPN+ subscribers can watch every UFC Fight Night event live and also gain access to a huge catalog of classic UFC matches and recent highlights. ESPN+ costs $6 a month or $60 for a full year, and it’s available as an app on most mobile and streaming devices. You can also bundle ESPN+ with Disney Plus and Hulu for $14 a month.

Here’s a full breakdown of additional features and details for ESPN+.

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How to watch UFC Fight Night: Vettori vs. Holland this Saturday on ESPN+

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Marvin Vettori and Kevin Holland face off at the weigh-in for their UFC Fight Night main event.

  • UFC Fight Night: Vettori vs. Holland will be broadcast live on ESPN+ and ABC on April 10.
  • The early prelims start at 11:30 a.m. ET, and the main card is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. ET.
  • Every UFC Fight Night is included with ESPN+, which costs $6 a month or $60 per year.

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This Saturday’s UFC Fight Night will feature middleweight fighters Marvin Vettori and Kevin Holland in the main event, just three weeks after Holland’s loss at the last UFC Fight Night event.

Vettori was originally scheduled to fight Darren Till, who withdrew from the fight with a broken collarbone. Replacing Till gives Holland an opportunity for redemption after he suffered a decision loss to Derek Brunson in March. The 21-day gap between that loss and this weekend’s UFC Fight Night will tie a record for the shortest turnaround time between main event matches, according to ESPN.

The fight will be broadcast from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas on April 10, starting at 11:30 a.m. ET. All of UFC Fight Night will stream on ESPN+ as part of a subscription for $6 a month or $60 a year. You can also watch the prelims live on ESPN and the main event on ABC.

UFC Fight Night: Vettori vs. Holland will be held without fans in attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic. UFC has consistently implemented safety precautions for fighters and staff during the pandemic, including advanced medical screenings, regular testing, temperature checks, and social distancing guidelines. UFC President Dana White announced that UFC 261 will be held with a full crowd in Jacksonville, Florida, on April 24.

Here’s the match schedule for UFC Fight Night: Vettori vs. Holland

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Early prelims – 11:30 a.m. ET, 8:30 a.m. PT on ESPN+

  • Impa Kasanganay versus Sasha Palatnikov [Welterweight]

Prelims – 12 p.m. ET, 9 a.m. PT on ESPN and ESPN+

  • Jim Miller versus Joe Solecki [Lightweight]
  • Scott Holtzman versus Mateusz Gamrot [Lightweight]
  • John Makdessi versus Ignacio Bahamondes [Lightweight]
  • Da-un Jung versus William Knight [Light Heavyweight]
  • Luis Saldana versus Jordan Griffin [Featherweight]
  • Hunter Azure versus Jack Shore [Bantamweight]
  • Yorgan De Castro versus Jarjis Danho [Heavyweight]

Main card – 3 p.m. ET, 12 p.m. PT on ABC and ESPN+

  • Mike Perry versus Daniel Rodriguez [Welterweight]
  • Nina Nunes versus Mackenzie Dern [Women’s Strawweight]
  • Sam Alvey versus Julian Marquez [Middleweight]
  • Arnold Allen versus Sodiq Yusuff [Featherweight]
  • Marvin Vettori versus Kevin Holland [Middleweight]

How to watch UFC Fight Night matches

UFC Fight Night: Vettori vs. Holland is separated into three parts: the early prelims, prelims, and the main card. The entire event will be streamed live on ESPN+ starting with the early prelims at 11:30 a.m. ET. The prelims will then air at 12 p.m. ET on ESPN+ and ESPN, while the main card will be broadcast on ABC and ESPN+ starting at 3 p.m. ET.

ESPN+ subscribers can watch every UFC Fight Night event live and also gain access to a huge catalog of classic UFC matches and recent highlights. ESPN+ costs $6 a month or $60 for a full year, and it’s available as an app on most mobile and streaming devices. You can also bundle ESPN+ with Disney Plus and Hulu for $14 a month.

Here’s a full breakdown of additional features and details for ESPN+.

Portions of some UFC Fight Night events, like Vettori vs. Holland, are also broadcast on cable networks like ABC and ESPN. These channels are available through several live TV streaming services, including Hulu + Live TV, AT&T TV, and Youtube TV. If you have cable, you can stream ABC live online too.

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How to get the Disney Plus bundle with ESPN+ and the different versions of Hulu

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How to combine Disney Plus, ESPN+ and ad-free Hulu

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At just $8 a month, Disney Plus is one of the most affordable streaming services you can sign up for. The platform features a large collection of movies and shows from Disney’s various brands and franchises, including Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, and National Geographic.

As extensive as the Disney Plus library is, however, the platform does have some weak spots. Most notably, Disney Plus doesn’t offer sports or any currently airing seasons of network shows. The service’s family-friendly library also lacks any R-rated content. Thankfully, Disney Plus offers a discounted bundle with ESPN+ and Hulu to give subscribers those options.

The bundle costs $14 a month, which is about $6 less per month than you’d pay if you subscribed to all three services separately. Though the deal includes the version of Hulu with ads by default, you can pay more to get the bundle with ad-free Hulu or Hulu + Live TV.

How much does the Disney Plus, ESPN+, and Hulu bundle cost?

The bundle with Disney Plus, ESPN+, and Hulu is available in a variety of packages, with prices starting at $14 a month. Here’s a full breakdown of bundle options:

Bundle plan Price
Disney Plus, Hulu Basic, and ESPN+ bundle: $14 a month
Disney Plus, Hulu (ad-free), and ESPN+ bundle: $20 a month
Disney Plus, Hulu Basic + Live TV, and ESPN+ bundle: $73 a month
Disney Plus, Hulu (ad-free) + Live TV, and ESPN+ bundle: $79 a month

How to sign up for the Disney Plus, ESPN+, and Hulu bundle

If you live in the US, signing up for the Disney Plus bundle with Hulu Basic and ESPN+ is as simple as visiting the Disney Plus website and selecting the bundle option. The base package costs $14 a month. If you’re a current subscriber to one of the services, you can upgrade to the discounted bundle here.

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After entering in your email address and payment information you’ll be able to activate your account on each service. You can use the same account information across each platform, but you will need to access each service’s app separately.

This default bundle only includes the ad-supported version of Hulu, but you can get the ad-free or live TV plans if you sign up directly through Hulu. We’ve broken down the process below to make things easy.

How to combine Disney Plus, ESPN+, and ad-free Hulu or Hulu + Live TV

  1. If you’re a new subscriber to these services, visit the Hulu bundle page here to sign up.
  2. You can then select which version of Hulu you’d like with the bundle: Hulu with ads ($14/month), Hulu without ads ($20/month), or Hulu + Live TV ($73/month).
  3. Enter in the required account information and payment details to continue.
  4. Once you finish the sign up process, you’ll be able to access Hulu, Disney Plus, and ESPN+ through their respective apps.
  5. If you’d like to switch Hulu plans or cancel at a later date, you can adjust your subscription through the “Manage Your Account” section of the Hulu website.

Can I upgrade to ad-free Hulu or Hulu + Live TV if I already have the bundle?

If you subscribed to the bundle through Hulu, you can easily upgrade your Hulu plan through the “Manage Your Account” section of the Hulu website.

However, if you originally subscribed to the bundle through Disney, you’ll need to cancel your existing bundle subscription first if you want to upgrade your Hulu plan. After you cancel your bundle subscription, you can sign up for a bundle with Hulu Premium or Hulu + Live TV here.

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How to watch UFC Fight Night: Brunson vs. Holland this Saturday on ESPN+

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Kevin Holland tied a UFC record with five victories during the 2020 calendar year.

  • UFC Fight Night: Brunson vs. Holland will be broadcast live on ESPN+ and ESPN on March 20.
  • The prelims start at 7:30 p.m. ET, and the main card is scheduled to begin at 10 p.m. ET.
  • Every UFC Fight Night is included with ESPN+, which costs $6 a month or $60 per year.

This Saturday’s UFC Fight Night event will feature Kevin Holland, one of UFC’s hottest rising stars, against Derek Brunson, a longtime veteran of the middleweight division.

Holland tied a UFC record for most wins in a calendar year with five victories in 2020, including four knockout finishes. While Holland is ranked at 10th in the middleweight division, a win in the UFC Fight Night main event could vault him into title contention. The same goes for Brunson, who has posted three consecutive victories since losing to eventual middleweight champion Israel Adesanya in 2018.

The fight will be broadcast from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas on March 20, starting at 7:30 p.m. ET. All of UFC Fight Night will stream on ESPN+ as part of a subscription for $6 a month or $60 a year. You can also watch the prelims live on ESPN2 and the main event on ESPN.

UFC Fight Night: Brunson vs. Holland will be held without fans in attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic. UFC has consistently implemented safety precautions for fighters and staff during the pandemic, including advanced medical screenings, regular testing, temperature checks, and social distancing guidelines. UFC President Dana White recently announced that UFC 261 will be held with a full crowd in Jacksonville Florida on April 24.

Here’s the match schedule for UFC Fight Night: Brunson vs. Holland

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Prelims – 7:30 p.m. ET, 4:30 p.m. PT on ESPN2 and ESPN+

  • Bruno Silva versus JP Buys [Flyweight]
  • Montel Jackson versus Jesse Strader [Bantamweight]
  • Trevin Giles versus Roman Dolidze [Middleweight]
  • Leonardo Santos versus Grant Dawson [Lightweight]
  • Marion Reneau versus Macy Chiasson [Women’s Bantamweight]

Main Card – 10 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. PT on ESPN and ESPN+

  • Tai Tuivasa versus Harry Hensucker [Heavyweight]
  • Song Kenan versus Max Griffin [Welterweight]
  • Adrian Yanez versus Gustavo Lopez [Bantamweight]
  • Cheyanne Buys versus Montserrat Ruiz [Women’s Strawweight]
  • Gregor Gillespie versus Brad Riddell [Lightweight]
  • Derek Brunson versus Kevin Holland [Middleweight]

How to watch UFC Fight Night matches

UFC Fight Night: Brunson vs. Holland is separated into two parts: the prelims and the main card. The entire event will be streamed live on ESPN+ starting with the prelims at 7:30 p.m. ET. The prelims will also air on ESPN2, while the main card will be broadcast on ESPN and ESPN+ starting at 10 p.m. ET.

ESPN+ subscribers can watch every UFC Fight Night event live and also gain access to a huge catalog of classic UFC matches and recent highlights. ESPN+ costs $6 per month or $60 for a full year, and it’s available as an app on most mobile and streaming devices. You can also bundle ESPN+ with Disney Plus and Hulu for $13 a month.

Here’s a full breakdown of additional features and details for ESPN+.

Leading up to major PPV events, ESPN+ typically offers a special deal that bundles one UFC PPV fight and an annual ESPN+ subscription for a total of $89.98. This bundle deal gives you an overall discount of over 30% if you plan on following the UFC closely for the rest of the year.

This match and select UFC Fight Night events are also broadcast on ESPN’s cable networks. ESPN channels are available through several live TV streaming services, including Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, AT&T TV, and Youtube TV.

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Apple sells several different iPad models – here’s how much they all cost

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The 2020 iPad Pro is pictured above using an AR app.

  • Apple iPad lineup consists of the iPad, iPad Mini, iPad Air, and iPad Pro models.
  • The newest iPads are the standard 10.2-inch iPad and the 10.9-inch iPad Air.
  • Apple’s standard 10.2-inch iPad is the cheapest, while the priciest is the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

Although they’re not for everyone, the enduring popularity of tablets stands as a testament to their appeal. Tablets inhabit a middle zone between a smartphone and a laptop, giving you more computer-like capabilities for work and entertainment without the bulk.

Apple’s tablet family runs the gamut in pricing from as low as $329 for a standard iPad to around $1,649 for the latest iPad Pro with all the bells and whistles. So, whatever you’re looking to spend, there’s probably an iPad out there for you.

Below, we’ve rounded up all of the current iPad models available online right now so you can find the right Apple tablet for your needs and budget.

For more shopping advice, check out our full buying guide to the best iPads.

How much does the iPad cost?

10.2-inch iPad (8th-gen, 2020)

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Apple announced a new 8th-generation 10.2-inch iPad during its launch event in September  2020. 

It’s powered by Apple’s A12 chip, the same chip that powers the iPhone XS from 2018, which means it’s powerful enough for basic tasks like watching Netflix, checking email, and browsing the web. It’ll easily run advanced power-hungry games now, but this older chip will become outdated and slow over the years. 

The 8th-generation iPad supports Apple Pencil and Apple’s Smart Keyboard, which connects to the iPad through a specific port and doesn’t require Bluetooth. 

We’ve called the 10.2-inch iPad  the best iPad for most people because of its excellent balance of performance and value, at least compared to its more expensive counterparts. In our full review, we praised the tablet for its long battery life, affordable price, and solid performance given the specifications. 

On the flip side, buyers should be aware that the base model only comes with 32GB of storage, which is half the amount of space you get with the cheapest iPhone configuration. The 1.2-megapixel camera also isn’t very sharp, which may be important if you spend a lot of time on FaceTime or Zoom.

It starts at $329 from Apple for the 32GB Wi-Fi model. You can get the 128GB Wi-Fi model for $429, the 32GB Wi-Fi + Cellular model for $459, and the 128GB Wi-Fi + Cellular model for $559. These are the prices on Apple’s website; keep an eye on third-party sellers for deals and discounts.

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iPad Mini (5th-gen, 2019)

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The current iPad Mini is in its 5th generation, and was released in March 2019.

Running on the A12 Bionic processor, it shares many qualities with the eighth-generation iPad that was released in September 2020. Other than its more compact size, the biggest differences between the two iPads are that the Mini has a sharper 7-megapixel selfie camera, a more advanced screen with Apple’s True Tone tech and support for the P3 wide color gamut, and more storage at the high end. 

However, the iPad Mini isn’t compatible with Apple’s Smart Keyboard, so you’ll have to use a Bluetooth keyboard if you want to get some work done on the Mini. But it is compatible with the first-generation Apple Pencil, which as we wrote in our full review is particularly great for the iPad Mini since its size makes it feel similar to scribbling in a notebook.

Unless you want a smaller tablet with a better camera for video chatting, it’s not the best deal at $399 considering the standard iPad starts at $329. Still, it’s the best option for a small tablet, if that’s what you’re after. 

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iPad Air (4th-gen, 2020)

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Apple announced the 4th generation of its iPad Air with a 10.9-inch display during its launch event in September 2020. 

It runs on Apple’s A14 chip, which powers the iPhone 12 series. The new iPad Air also comes with an updated look that more closely resembles the iPad Pro, namely with the all-screen design and sharper squared-off edges. It was also updated to include USB-C instead of Apple’s proprietary Lighting ports and cables for charging and connecting to computers. The Touch ID fingerprint sensor has moved to the top button.  

It supports Apple Pencil and Apple’s new Magic Keyboard that comes with a trackpad. 

The iPad Air’s main allure has always been its light weight, but at 1-pound, the latest 4th-gen isn’t much lighter than other iPads. Still, we love the iPad Air’s larger display, sleeker design, long battery life, and Touch ID support. The biggest downside is that it only comes with 64GB of storage, which is low for a premium tablet. 

With a starting price of $599, it’s an ideal iPad if you want current powerful specs for performance and longevity, but don’t want to spend as much as the iPad Pro.

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iPad Pro (2020)

The current and latest iPad Pro is in its 4th generation and was launched on March 18, 2020

The iPad Pro is the most high-end tablet in Apple’s iPad lineup. Because it has more advanced hardware such as Apple’s A12Z processor — which has more cores for computing and graphics processing — the iPad Pro is best-suited for those who intend to use their tablet primarily for work.

The iPad Pro really shines when paired with peripherals like the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard Folio, although the cost of Apple’s peripherals do drive up the overall price significantly.

The iPad Pro also comes with an enhanced rear camera with LiDAR depth sensing and a dual-lens system, making it more ideal for creative professionals than everyday users.  

The 11-inch model starts at $799, while the 12.9-inch version calls for $999 to start. 

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We also recommend the Apple Pencil Stylus

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The first-generation Apple Pencil is pictured above with the 2019 iPad Mini.

The Apple Pencil officially works with every iPad Apple currently sells. The first-generation Apple Pencil works with the new iPad Mini and iPad Air, as well as the older 10.5-inch iPad Pro and the 2018 and 2019 standard iPads.

If you buy the new 11- or 12.5-inch iPad Pros, you should buy the second-generation stylus, which was made for those tablets and is even better than the original.

Over the years, we’ve tested a lot of styluses from companies like Adonit, 53, Wacom, and more. None of those styluses can hold a candle to the Apple Pencil. Whether you buy the first-generation Pencil or the second, you’re getting a stylus that was made by Apple in tandem with the iPad.

As such, the Pencil works with the iPads’ screens in special ways that no other stylus can. The result is improved pressure sensitivity and an impressively low level of latency. When you use an Apple Pencil, you actually feel like you’re using a normal graphite pencil.

There are a few differences between the first and second-generation Pencils: The newer model has wireless charging and magnetically attaches to the side of the iPad. It was made for the new 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pros, while the first-generation Pencil is for the older 9.7-inch iPad and the 10.5-inch iPad Pro. The older Pencil charges with a Lightning port on the end and doesn’t attach to your iPad. It’s also a bit cheaper.

Choose whichever works for the iPad you buy.

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How to watch ‘Coming 2 America,’ the Amazon-exclusive sequel to the iconic Black comedy starring Eddie Murphy

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Arsenio Hall and Eddie Murphy as Semmi and Akeem in “Coming 2 America.”

  • Coming 2 America,” a sequel to the 1988 comedy, will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on March 5.
  • Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall reprise their roles from the original film.
  • The movie is exclusive to Prime Video, which is included with an Amazon Prime membership.

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Coming 2 America” will continue the story of Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall’s classic 1988 comedy when it debuts on Amazon Prime Video on March 5. 

The movie features a star-studded cast of Black actors with new characters played by Wesley Snipes, Tracy Morgan, and Leslie Jones joining familiar faces, like James Earl Jones, John Amos, and Shari Headley.

In “Coming 2 America,” Akeem Joffer (Eddie Murphy), the king of the African nation of Zamunda, returns to New York City to find his estranged adult son and raise him as an heir. Just like in the original, Murphy and Hall will play multiple characters.

The original ” Coming to America” isn’t one of Murphy’s most celebrated comedies among critics, but it’s well remembered for its predominantly Black cast, which included one of Samuel L. Jackson’s first film appearances. The movie was one of the highest box office earners of 1988, earning more than $350 million.

Coming 2 America” was originally planned for a theatrical release in December 2020, but Prime Video purchased the distribution rights to make it a streaming exclusive.

How to watch ‘Coming 2 America’

Coming 2 America” will debut on Amazon Prime Video on March 5. New Prime Video shows and movies usually start streaming at midnight GMT on release day, which would be 7 p.m. ET on March 4 for “Coming 2 America.” 

The original “Coming to America” is also available for Prime Video subscribers to stream.

Prime Video is included with the standard Amazon Prime subscription for $13 a month or $119 per year, but you can also subscribe to just Prime Video for $9 a month. New Amazon Prime subscribers get a free 30-day trial, so you can watch “Coming 2 America” and then cancel the service if you don’t want to keep it.

You can find the Prime Video app on Roku, Fire TV, iOS, Android, Xbox, PlayStation, and most smart TVs. Prime Video supports up to 4K resolution with HDR for select titles, though it’s not clear if “Coming 2 America” will support those features.

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How to watch UFC Fight Night: Rozenstruik vs. Gane this Saturday on ESPN+

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  • UFC Fight Night: Rozenstruik vs. Gane will stream live via ESPN+ on February 27.
  • Prelims start at 5 p.m. ET, and the main card is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. ET.
  • Every UFC Fight Night is included with ESPN+, which costs $6 a month or $60 per year.

UFC Fight Night: Rozenstruik vs. Gane will feature two of UFC’s best up-and-coming heavyweights in the main event.

Jairzinho Rozenstruik and Ciryl Gane both debuted in UFC in 2019; Rozenstruik won 10 straight matches and was on the path to a heavyweight title fight before suffering a stunning first round knockout to Francis Ngannou. Gane remains undefeated through seven career matches, and a victory over Rozenstruik would solidify his place as one of the division’s top contenders.

The event will be broadcast from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas on February 27, starting at 5 p.m. ET. Both the prelims and main event will stream exclusively on the ESPN+ streaming service, with the main card scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. ET.

UFC Fight Night: Rozenstruik vs. Gane will be held without fans in attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic. UFC has consistently implemented safety precautions for fighters and staff during the pandemic, including advanced medical screenings, regular testing, temperature checks, and social distancing guidelines.

Here’s the match schedule for UFC Fight Night: UFC Fight Night: Rozenstruik vs. Gane

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Prelims – 5 p.m. ET, 2 p.m. PT on ESPN+

  • Dustin Jacoby versus Maxim Grishin [Light Heavyweight]
  • Vince Cachero versus Ronnie Lawrence [Bantamweight]
  • Alexis Davis versus Sabina Mazo [Women’s bantamweight]
  • Alexander Hernandez versus Thiago Moises [Lightweight]

Main Card  – 8 p.m. ET, 5 p.m. PT on ESPN+

  • Alex Caceres versus Kevin Croom [Featherweight]
  • Angela Hill versus Ashley Yoder [Women’s Strawweight]
  • Pedro Munhoz versus Jimmie Rivera [Bantamweight]
  • Montana De La Rosa versus Mayra Bueno Silva [Women’s flyweight]
  • Nikita Krylov versus Magomed Ankalaev [Light heavyweight]
  • Jairzinho Rozenstruik versus Ciryl Gane [Heavyweight]

How to watch UFC Fight Night matches

The prelims and main event of UFC Fight Night: Rozenstruik vs. Gane will be streamed live on ESPN+. The prelims are set for 5 p.m. ET, and the main card will start at 8 p.m. ET.

ESPN+ subscribers can watch every UFC Fight Night event live and also gain access to a huge catalog of classic UFC matches and recent highlights. ESPN+ costs $6 per month or $60 for a full year, and it’s available as an app on most mobile and streaming devices. You can also bundle ESPN+ with Disney Plus and Hulu for $13 a month.

Here’s a full breakdown of additional features and details for ESPN+.

Leading up to major PPV events, ESPN+ typically offers a special deal that bundles one UFC PPV fight and an annual ESPN+ subscription for a total of $89.98. This bundle deal gives you an overall discount of over 30% if you plan on following the UFC closely for the rest of the year.

Select UFC Fight Night events are also broadcast on ESPN’s cable networks. ESPN channels are available through several live TV streaming services, including Hulu + Live TVSling TVAT&T TV, and Youtube TV

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