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Apple Deal Alert: The latest iPad Air is already up to $70 off


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As hardware and performance continue to improve, the lines between laptop and tablet are beginning to blur. Especially on models like the latest Fifth generation iPad Air, which is powered by Apple’s M1 processor, the same series found in its MacBooks. This stylish and versatile tablet arrived last month and, as of this morning, it’s already on sale. Right now, you can save $70 on the 256GB Wi-Fi model, but only in the Space Gray color, at $679 either way. Amazon and walmart. If you prefer 64 GB, Amazon discounted it to $570that’s $29 less than at Apple.

The latest-generation iPad Air is packed with cutting-edge hardware and specs that have “mostly caught up” to the more expensive iPad Pro, according to CNET’s Scott Stein, who gave it a glowing review. The M1 chip features an eight-core CPU and GPU, which means it can handle even high-demand applications like Adobe Photoshop. And the stunning 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with True Tone and P3 Wide Color makes it a great choice for creators and artists. It’s also got a 12-megapixel camera that keeps you automatically focused on video calls, and Wi-Fi 6 support for blazing-fast web performance (if you have a compatible router). ).

On a single charge, it has a battery life of up to 10 hours and has a USB-C charger, unlike the Lightning cable found on other models. You can save $30 off Apple’s direct price on some colors and configurations, but $70 on the 256 GB space gray model is the biggest discount we’ve seen since pre-order deals, and the best deal you’ll find right now.

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Apple Deal Alert: The latest iPad Air is already up to $70 off


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