It is hard to believe that it has now been ten years since the first iPad was released. However, the new iPad Air 4 is a testimony to all of the amazing technological advancements’ Apple has undergone since that date, combining cutting edge technology with a sleek design that is sure to excite fans of the brand worldwide.
Here’s everything you need to know about the iPad Air 4:
The new iPad has a 10.9-inch (nearly) all-screen display. This means it is similar in appearance to the much-loved iPad Pro, only smaller. It is also available in a range of new colours, including sky blue, silver, green, rose gold, and space grey.
The iPad Air is the brightest iPad yet, allowing for up to 500 nits of brightness. However, the new anti-reflective coating ensures that you won’t have to deal with any dreaded screen glare.
The iPad Air 4 is the first item in the new generation of Apple products to receive the new A14 Bionic chip. This allows for an impressive 40% improvement in regards to the performance of the central processing unit (CPU). In short, this means it is more powerful and will work faster than ever before. This also allows for an improvement in the quality of graphics.
The iPad Air 4’s technological advances mean that we can interact with the iPad in new ways. Including using the iPad in collaboration with the magic pencil and magic keyboard. Previously, the magic keyboard had been an exclusive addition to the iPad Pro, but users of the iPad Air 4 will soon be able to make use of this device, whilst artists can use the second generation magic pencil to create brilliant artwork on the go.
The iPad Air 4 now has an impressive rear-facing 12mp camera, which can be used for high-resolution videos and photographs, whereas the front-facing 7mp camera is perfect for FaceTime with friends and family.
The iPad Air 4 is said to have an impressive ‘all day’ battery life and quick-speed charging.
The iPad Air is set for release in early October, and you’d better be quick to get your hands on one! Priced at around £570, the iPad Air 4 is one of the most modestly priced iPads around.