Finally, the numerous rumors were confirmed as Apple unveiled the iPad Air 2022 during an event last night. The machine is powered by an M1 CPU, which is comparable to the performance of the iPad Pro 2021 and some MacBook 2020 versions.
This processor, according to Apple, provides 60 percent higher CPU performance and a twice-as-fast GPU. The M1 is capable of handling demanding tasks like as gaming, editing numerous 4K films at once, building 3D settings, and augmented reality (AR).
The iPad Air 2022 has a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with a maximum brightness of 500 nits and support for HDR and True Tone.
It also has a 12 MP camera with the Center Stage feature, which shifts the camera direction automatically dependent on the subject. A 12 MP sensor with 4K video recording capabilities is also used on the back.
The machine is compatible with the most advanced connections available today, including 5G and Wi-Fi 6. The device’s USB-C interface has been enhanced to a 10 Gbps speed, making it easier to upload photographs and videos from the camera.
Built-in stereo speakers and a power button with Touch ID fingerprint sensor are among the features of the iPad Air 2022. Apple also introduced new accessories for its smartphones this year, including the Smart Keyboard Folio, Magic Keyboard, and Apple Pencil 2nd generation.
When purchasing the new iPad Air, users can choose among gray, white, pink, purple, and blue hues, as well as 64 GB and 256 GB memory options.
From March 18, the smartphone will be available for purchase. The 64GB Wi-Fi variant costs $599, while the 64GB Wi-Fi + 5G version costs $749.
The Smart Keyboard Folio is $179, while the Magic Keyboard is $299 for the second-generation Apple Pencil accessory.