Apple Releases New iPad Air, Starting at $599 USD
In brand new colorways including pastel green and blue.
UPDATE (October 16, 2020): The fourth generation iPad Air, introduced at Apple‘s September keynote event, is now available for purchase. Updated in novel colorways including light green “Mint” and pastel “Sky Blue,” the device features a 10.9-inch screen and and Touch ID sensor.
Mirroring Apple’s recently announced iPhone 12, the new iPad Air is constructed with flat edges. The 14 Bionic, Apple’s most advanced chip to date, ensures lightening fast speed and the iPadOS 14 operating system introduces a sleek new interface.
Head to the Apple website to pre-order the iPad Air, ranging from $599 to $749 USD.
ORIGINAL STORY (September 15, 2020): Apple held its annual September keynote event, this time virtually, to tease new innovations and announce upcoming releases. Major product reveals from the event include a new iPad Air, Apple Watch SE and subscription service, Apple One.
The fourth generation iPad Air is upgraded with A14 Bionic, Apple’s most advanced chip to date, and is available in two eye-catching new colorways: mint “Green” and pastel “Sky Blue.” Similar to the anticipated iPhone 12, the next-gen device is constructed with flat, rather than rounded, edges. In addition to the eighth generation iPad (Apple’s most affordable iPad model), the Air will utilize the iPadOS 14 operating system, releasing on September 16.
The Apple Watch also received an update with the announcement of the Apple Watch SE. The affordably priced model includes all major functions of the Apple Watch Series 6, also announced today, including an altimeter, motion sensors, microphone and international emergency calling. Lastly, Apple introduced a new subscription model, Apple One, combining all of the tech company’s services into one conveniently priced package. For $15 USD per month, customers can receive Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and iCloud.
Head to the Apple website to watch a full recap of the September 2020 keynote event.