A:AnswerI have bought this iPad and have it at home already—the box itself and the software (in the settings on the iPad itself) it states that it is indeed the latest, 7th Generation iPad. Maybe the model number is wrong on the website? If and when you buy it, just double check the back of the box, because it will clearly say “7th Generation”. I also have the 6th and 5th Generation iPads and their boxes say the same things, respectively.
A:AnswerNo but you can install just about any Google brand app you can think of. Moving from Android to iOS ecosystem is certainly easier than migrating from iOS to Android. That’s because Apple won’t share its apps on Android like Google does in iOS. Chrome, Gmail, Google Maps, Earth, Google News, etc. can be found in the Apple Store.
A:AnswerMaybe, when I bought mine the price at the store was 50 dollars higher than it was online, I asked the person that was standing by the product and he said they couldn't price match it, that I would have to order it online. I ordered it online and picked it up at the same store 15 minutes later, I didn't even leave the store, and it didn't make sense at all. It is not the same for all products though, most of them will have the same price that it has online and the store.
A:AnswerYes, this will work for your granddaughter. The keyboard will show up on the screen so you don't need the keyboard. You need to have WIFI for this to work at home. I would not buy the one that connects to a cellular service. Make sure you buy a protective case for your iPad.