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New iPad Air and iPad mini landed in the Apple Store

Image: Apple
(Post image: © 2019 Apple)

Today the Apple Store went offline for a few hours. Meanwhile, information about a new iPad Air and iPad mini was uploaded. All information.

iPad Air

At first glance, the new Air looks the same as the Air 2. However, if you look at the page, you will notice that Apple installed connectors for the first-generation keyboard folio. The tablet is also compatible with the first Apple Pencil. You still have the choice of silver, space gray and gold for the housing colors. The size of the display has changed, growing from 9,7 inches to 10,5 inches. Furthermore, with the new iPad Air you get the A12Proprocessor made by the Cupertino company itself. In terms of price, the device with 64 gigabytes of memory starts at 549 euros. If you choose the LTE version with 256 gigabytes of memory, 859 euros are due. The costs for the keyboard and the pencil can also be added.

This is the new iPad Air (Image: Apple)

iPad mini 5

The iPad mini also looks the same as its predecessor, the iPad mini 4. The original Apple Pencil can now also be used here, but not the keyboard cover - Apple did not give the mini any connection contacts for accessories. With the A12 Bionic, the device is three times as fast as the mini 4. The display size, however, remained unchanged at 7,9 inches. The choice of colors is the same as the new iPad Air. In the cheapest configuration with WLAN and 64 gigabytes of storage, the mini model costs 2019 euros for 449. If you choose the 256 gigabyte option with LTE, you have to buy 759 euros.

This is what the new iPad mini looks like (Image: Apple)

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