iPad Air

From $499 From Apple,

Features 10.5–inch Retina display, A12 Bionic chip, 64GB or 256GB storage, Wi–Fi (add $130 for cellular connectivity)

P lease welcome the third–gen iPad Air, the middle child of Apple’s tablet line–up. No, it’s not as cute as the new 7.9–inch iPad mini, and its traditional looks make it a wallflower compared to last year’s redesigned, third–gen iPad Pro, but the iPad Air now has a 10.5–inch display, thinner bezels, a faster chipset, and a higher–resolution front–facing camera.

If you’re going for Wi–Fi only, the 64GB model

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