Apple is showing off its new iPad. Speaking at an event at Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the new iPad comes with an Apple Pencil and will cost 329-bucks for consumers and 299 for schools. It features a new nine-point-seven-inch high resolution touch system. Cook demonstrated several educational Augmented Reality demos on the new device, such as “Froggipedia” that lets students virtually dissect a frog. It went on sale Tuesday and will ship this week.