When Apple announced its all-new iPad Air this month, it said the newly designed tablet would launch orders in October, but did not specify an exact date.
With the first of October starting tomorrow, it looks like orders may start at the beginning of the month instead of later.
According to Bloombergs reliable Mark Gurman, he remarked this afternoon: “Apple’s marketing materials for the new iPad Air are starting to land in stores, suggesting a launch sooner rather than later. Apple said October, which is tomorrow ̵
On Tuesday, leak Jon Prosser tweeted: “Make your iPad Air money ready”, and similarly suggests that orders will start soon.
Apple’s 2020 iPad Air has completely new colors (Green and Sky Blue will be included in Silver, Space Gray and Rose Gold), while the design is now full screen like the iPad Pro, with a 10.9-inch screen. But this time, Touch ID is built into the power button for the first time. The iPad Air is also powered by the new A14 Bionic and supports the Apple Pencil (2nd generation), along with the Magic Keyboard and Smart Keyboard Folio.
In Canada, the iPad Air starts at $ 779 for a 64 GB Wi-Fi model, with options for 256 GB of storage at $ 979, while mobile options are priced at $ 949 and $ 1149, respectively.
As we enter October, it is expected that Apple will unveil its long-awaited iPhone 12 series also on a rumor of October 13.