In addition to new Apple Watches, Apple’s also introduced a few new iPads to its lineup, including the eighth-generation iPad and the new iPad Air.
Starting with the eighth-generation iPad: The new device packs a 10.2-inch display, along with an A12 bionic chip that’s 40 percent faster and graphics that are twice as fast as the previous version. The iPad is also compatible with Apple’s smart keyboards and the Apple Pencil.
The new iPad will set you back $329 and is currently available on pre-order, with full availability starting Friday.
Then there’s the iPad Air, which has a 10.9-inch liquid retina display with Apple’s True Tone technology. With an all-screen display, the Touch ID button is now integrated into the top button on the iPad. As for color options, you’ll have the choice between rose gold, green, and sky blue.
The iPad Air features Apple’s new A14 Bionic chip, which means it’s 40 percent faster in performance and 30 percent faster when it comes to graphics. It’s a lot more powerful for those who want to use it for heavy-duty tasks, like editing videos and photos, and playing video games.
On the front is a 7-megapixel camera with a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera (capable of capturing 4k video). It also has redesigned stereo speakers and is compatible with the Apple Pencil as well as Magic Keyboard. The company has swapped out the lightening port for USB-C.
That one will start at $599 and will be available beginning in October.
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