Apple has updated its iPad lineup today. Apple has announced a new iPad Air and iPad mini with Apple Pencil support.
Apple has updated its iPad mini lineup after a long time span of about three and a half years. This time, Apple for the first time shipped both of these Tablets with keyboard support making them a handy laptop. Also, both of these Tabs are powered by Apple’s A12 Bionic chips. Both of these Tablets have got several tweaks in their performance in accordance with modern demands.
The all-new iPad Air features a 10.5-inch fully laminated True Tone FullHD+ display with (2224 × 1668 pixels) resolution. As mentioned above, it comes with Apple A12 Bionic chips to boost up the performance. It comes in two storage options – 64GB and 256GB. The iPad Air will be available in three color variants – Gold, Silver, and Space Gray. The iPad Air starts from $499 USD and is available to order now from Apple.com.
On the other side, the iPad mini sports the same 7.9-inch display. Apple claims to offer the highest pixel density available on the iPad. Similar to iPad Air, it also boosts up with Apple A12 Bionic chip. Also, iPad mini is available in 64GB and 256GB configurations in Gold, Silver, and Space Gray color options. The iPad mini goes for $399 USD and is also available to order now from Apple.com.
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