iPad Air features powerful technologies, such as the A12 Bionic chip with Neural Engine. A 10.5" Retina display with True Tone.¹ Support for Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard.² And at just one pound and 6.1mm thin, carrying all that power is effortless.
10.5" Retina display with True Tone and wide color¹
A12 Bionic chip
Touch ID fingerprint sensor and Apple Pay
8.0MP back camera, 7.0MP FaceTime HD front camera
802.11ac Wi-Fi and Gigabit-class LTE cellular data⁴
Up to 10 hours of battery life³
Lightning connector for charging and accessories
iPadOS with intuitive multitasking, new Home screen, and all the great features of iOS 13
Apps are available on the App Store. Title availability is subject to change
¹ The display size is measured diagonally
² Accessories are sold separately. Apple Pencil (1st generation) is compatible with 9.7-inch iPad Pro, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, 12.9-inch iPad Pro (1st and 2nd generation), 10.5-inch iPad Air, iPad (6th generation), and iPad mini (5th generation)
Smart Keyboard is compatible with 10.5-inch iPad Air and 10.5-inch iPad Pro
³ Battery life varies by use and configuration. See www.apple.com/batteries for more information
⁴ Data plan required. Gigabit-class LTE and LTE are available in select markets and through select carriers. Speeds are based on theoretical throughput and vary based on site conditions and carrier. For details on LTE support, contact your carrier and see www.apple.com/ipad/LTE
Apple iPad Air with Wi-Fi + Cellular - 256GB (Verizon)
I bought this iPad for school, but I find myself using it just about every day. It’s light and comfortable to use and the display is crystal clear. The extra storage space is definitely worth the price. I was originally going to buy from Verizon, but Best Buy had a better deal.
For the most part I am happy with my tablet. I buy all my electronics from Best Buy because of the warranty and geek squad services they offer, and it has always kept my happy. As for apple themselves, I’m not so happy, I thought I would be able to download my PowerPoints from school on here and yet even though my phone can do it and play voice recorded PPTs, my brand new up to date iPad Air cannot. Ugh.. sad.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about connectivity, storage, reliability and battery. Editors are less positive about camera. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 94/100 = Excellent quality.
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A:AnswerVery simple, just follow the instruction on the new iPad when you first turn it on. Make sure you backup the old iPad to iCloud. When you log into your account with Apple, the new iPad will download everything to your new iPad.
A:AnswerSure, you need a lightning breakout adapter of some kind. I would recommend a Lightning Hub, they allow for many more types of connections than just HDMI. The apple branded adapter is not worth it.