At the Apple Event on 15th September 2020, the company announced the latest iPad Air among an army of other devices. Here is all you need to know about it.
The first noticeable thing on seeing the 2020 iPad Air is that it has way less bezels than its 2019 version. Its new sleek design looks a lot like the iPad Pro as many enthusiasts are already saying.
As for the screen, the iPad Air offers a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with 2360 x 1640 capabilities. Another major difference that this latest version has is that it does away the fingerprint sensor for Touch ID that its predecessor carried at the top.
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Instead, the power button will have biometrics sensors to make unlocking faster. Also, an Apple A14 Bionic 5nm chip will power it. This will come with a six-core CPU and 11.8 billion transistors. This makes it possible for Apple to promise users a 40 per cent improvement and better graphics.
As many expected, the 2020 iPad Air will feature a USB-C charging port which supports 20W charging. It will also be able to manage 5Gbps speed of data transfers. On the connectivity space, it will support LTE which Apple claims will be faster than before.
The rear camera will be a 12MP sensor and its selfie camera will be a 7MP shooter. Each camera has been upgraded to be able to give better performance and quality.
iPad Air 2020 can double as a computer as it supports Apple Magic Keyboard and Pencil as well. It will launch into the markets in October 2020 and will have five different colour variants. The starting price for iPad Air 2020 is $599.
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