The all-new iPad Air. It's more versatile than ever. The stunning 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with wide color lets you see photos, videos, and games in vivid, true-to-life detail.¹ It features the A14 Bionic chip with Neural Engine, delivering power and advanced machine learning capabilities to edit a 4K video, create a beautiful presentation, design a 3D model, and do all of these things with ease. And now with support for Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil (2nd generation)², fast, easy, and secure Touch ID and Apple Pay, a 12MP back camera and 7MP FaceTime HD camera, USB-C connector for charging and accessories, all-day battery life³, and fast Wi-Fi 6. With iPad Air you have the power to bring your ideas to life.
A:AnsweriPadOS and the pre-installed applications take up about 10-12GB of iPad Air's storage. Some pre-installed apps can be uninstalled. The system storage will fluctuate depending on how you use the device and at times it may take up more than 12 GB of storage.
With a 64GB iPad Air, expect to get about 52GB of usable storage. With a 256GB iPad Air, expect to get about 244GB of usable storage.
A:AnswerOverall, the main difference is just how they operate. For example, take the Macbook Air vs. Macbook Pro. The Macbook Pro is much better for editing, gaming, etc. The Macbook Air can still do all of those things but it will harder and slower on the computer. That is similar to these iPads. The Air will still be a good option but not as fast for high power things.