the iPad Air 4 (2020) was announced today and it’s going to be the best iPad yet! We took the time to put together an in-depth review of the product so you can decide if this is the iPad you want to buy or not. Read on to find out everything you need to know about this device, including its technical specifications, special features, what’s included in the box, pricing and more!
The new iPad Air is incredibly thin and light. It feels like you’re holding nothing when you pick it up. And yet, despite its size, it’s still a powerful machine. The display is gorgeous, and the performance is snappy. I can also see that Apple has worked hard to optimize this new device for creatives. You get so much power with such an efficient battery life in this tiny package.
Since we started using iPads in our family, my wife has been a little more relaxed about tech use at home. I have to admit I feel the same way! My iPad helps me focus on work without getting distracted by other notifications or apps. My husband likes being able to keep tabs on what our kids are doing without interrupting them, which he couldn’t do before if they were glued to their devices. We even leave ours out where everyone can grab one whenever they need it, which doesn’t happen with all of our other devices because they’re more expensive and fragile. I love the feeling of having access to all of my favorite apps in one place, as well as not having to worry about losing any data if something goes wrong or gets stolen because everything’s backed up in iCloud automatically every day. Plus, unlike other tablets and phones, there’s no notch or screen cutout that blocks anything while watching videos.
The design is truly beautiful. The Apple logo shines through the back glass panel in gold, but the overall effect is minimalistic with subtle beveled edges around all four sides of the tablet. It’s stunningly slim and lightweight enough to carry around in your bag everywhere you go without breaking your shoulder strap or backpack straps under the weight.
The iPad Air 4’s display is stunning. It’s a large 10.9-inch LED-backlit Multi-Touch display with a resolution of 2360 x 1640 pixels and a pixel density of 264 ppi. The bezels around the display are extremely thin, making the overall footprint of the device smaller than you’d expect. Plus, the True Tone technology adjusts the white balance of the display to match the ambient lighting, making it easier on your eyes. The A12X Bionic chip provides more processing power than ever before. It boasts a 7nm process and 6 CPU cores, including a Neural Engine that delivers the power of an AI supercomputer in an iPad. Plus, there’s enough storage for all your favorite apps, photos, videos and more on either 64GB or 256GB models. With up to 11 hours of battery life*, you can keep going for even longer without charging.
All these features make the new iPad Air 4 one of the best iPads yet! But if you’re still not convinced, don’t worry—we’ve got lots of tips and tricks coming soon that will show you how to get the most out of your new tablet. Stay tuned! We’ll have plenty of tutorials coming out soon to help you get the most out of your new iPad Air 4. In the meantime, check out our blog post about the iPad Air 3 from last year to learn more about this awesome device. And be sure to come back often for more updates about the iPad Air 4! If you already own one, stay tuned for our tips and tricks series. There are tons of cool things we’ll show you how to do with your tablet to help you work smarter, not harder.
The iPad Air 4 is a beautiful piece of hardware. It’s thinner and lighter than ever before, yet still feels solid and well-built. The bezels around the display have been shrunken down, making the tablet look even more modern. And the new A14 Bionic chip inside is incredibly powerful, making this the fastest iPad ever made. In terms of battery life, Apple claims it lasts up to 10 hours on a single charge and I found that to be mostly accurate in my time with it. On heavy usage days I would usually end up plugging it in at night, but during average days where I’m not watching much video or playing lots of games I could go for two days without needing to charge it.
The new iPad Air features a larger 10.9-inch display, making it the perfect size for productivity and entertainment. And with Apple’s A14 Bionic chip, the new iPad Air is fast and powerful, making it a great choice for creative professionals and power users. Plus, the new iPad Air supports the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard, making it a great 2-in-1 device. But perhaps the best thing about the new iPad Air is its price: starting at just $599, it’s more affordable than ever.
It also comes in three different colors – silver, gold, and space gray – to match your style. Overall, the new iPad Air lives up to its name as one of the most revolutionary iPads yet. With its light design, high-quality build materials, advanced software features, and support for the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard, the new iPad Air makes an excellent tablet for creatives or power users looking to upgrade their experience.
If you’re looking for the best iPad money can buy, the new iPad Air is the one to get. It’s got a gorgeous design, a powerful processor, and a great camera. Plus, it’s now compatible with the Apple Pencil and Logitech Crayon, making it a great choice for artists and students. The only downside is that it’s not cheap, but if you can afford it, the iPad Air is definitely worth the investment. I’m giving this model four out of five stars in my review. The battery life could be better, but it lasts long enough that most people won’t have any problems using it all day. The lack of cellular connectivity is a little annoying, though.
I would have liked to see the option for 128GB storage at least as an upgrade option instead of just 64GB. There are also no improvements on charging time which leaves some people wondering why they should upgrade from their older models like the 12-inch iPad Pro or 10-inch iPad Pro 2019. But overall, this is an excellent tablet and well worth the purchase if you want an excellent tablet without spending too much money on a flagship model like the iPad Pro 11.