Apple’s new iPad Air will be launching next month in October and will feature a variety of changes and updates.
The iPad Aid is the mid-level iPad line which sits inbetween the entry level iPad and the premium iPad Pro models.
This update to the iPad Air model is more than just a little tweaks. It is a full fledged update and will be a great time to upgrade from a previous generation iPad if you have been considering moving up.
More power! The new iPad Air will feature Apple’s new A14 Bionic chip, hailed as their most advanced mobile processor. This chip will give you plenty of power to support the new 4k video recording at 60fps from the fancy new camera.
More screen! Apple has also upgraded the screen from Retina to Liquid Retina and increased the size from 10.5 inches to 10.9 inches give you an incredibly sharp clear display.
New colors! The old colors will make a return such as Space Gray, Rose Gold and traditional Silver, but you’ll also be able to choose from 2 gorgeous new colors of Sky Blue and Green.
The latest OS from Apple, iPadOS 14, will of course be powering the new iPad Air and it features updated apps like FaceTime and a new Scribble app, as well as better support for the Apple Pencil.
It’s also environmentally friendly! Apple claims the aluminum shell, tin solder on the circuit boards, the speaker magnets, and even the wood pulp packaging are all from 100% recycled materials.
If you’ve been holding onto an older generation of iPad and considering an upgrade, now would be a great time with the launch of the new iPad Air in October.
Other specifications are as follows:
- Capacity: 64GB, 256GB
- Size: 247.6 x 178.5 x 6.1 (mm)
- Weight: 1 pound (458 grams)
- Connectors: USB-C
- Display: 10.9-inch Liquid Retina, 2360×1640 resolution at 264ppi
- Chip: A14 Bionic chip
- Camera: Up to 12MP, ƒ/1.8 aperture, 60 fps 4K Video recording
- Battery: rechargeable lithium-polymer, 10-hours