Apple on Monday announced the new versions of iPad Air and iPad mini.
The iPad Air comes with a bigger 10.5-inch display (starting at $499), and the iPad mini has the same 7.9-inch screen (starting at $399). The devices support the Apple Pencil and a processor that's three times faster than the previous models. There is certainly a market for the iPad Mini, especially among students and teens, specialists consider. The new iPad Air offers high-end features and performance. It has Wi-Fi performance and Gigabit class LTE connectivity. The iPad mini brings Apple Pencil support, advanced Retina display and the A12 Bionic Chip with Apple’s Neural Engine.
The new iPad mini is a powerful multi-tasking machine, delivering three times the performance and nine times faster graphics. “iPad continues to provide magical new experiences for a growing range of uses where it is the absolute best device, from playing games in augmented reality to note-taking and drawing with Apple Pencil, from streaming HD movies and editing 4K films to learning to develop apps with Swift Playgrounds,” said Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. The new devices are available to order starting today and in stores next week.