In mid-September, Apple introduced the all-new iPad Air – the most powerful, versatile and colorful iPad Air ever. Now available in five versions, the iPad Air has a screen design with a larger 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display, camera and audio upgrades, a new integrated Touch ID sensor in the top button and the powerful A14 Bionic for a massive boost in performance, making this by far the most powerful and capable iPad Air ever. At the time of the unveiling, Apple said the new iPad Air will be available “from next month.”
Joe Rossignol for MacRumors:
Prior to the launch, mobile models of the device have now received the required FCC approval in the US, which MyHealthyApple.com notified us of. Wi-Fi models received approval last month.
Apple has not yet given a specific release date for the new iPad Air, but rumors suggest that the device may launch on Friday 23. October, in which case bookings can begin as soon as tomorrow. Prices start at $ 599 for Wi-Fi models, while mobile models start at $ 729, with storage capacities of 64 GB and 256 GB.
A new Apple tablet was approved by the FCC this morning. Any clues? @rsgnl @markgurman. Met up with some of the new iPhone FCC approval. pic.twitter.com/X2ibz57Otv
– MyHealthyApple (@_MyHealthyApple) October 15, 2020
MacDailyNews Take: This model is like the iPad Air 2, released on October 22, 2014, which was so specified that users found it useful for years. Millions of them are still in use today! So the long and the short is that if you get a new iPad Air (2020), you have a future-proof iPad for many years to come. Do the math, and it costs you a penny a day when all is said and done.
If you spent $ 600 on an iPad Air 2 and used it to this day, along with millions of users, it cost you $ 100 a year or 27 cents a day.