How to Get a Big Screen TV for $400+
By Tim Murphy / Time: July 16, 2019 08:18:21More than three years after Apple announced its next-generation iPad Air, the company is still in the market for a big screen TV.
The company just announced that it will be selling an iPad Air for $399 and a new iPad Air Mini for $449 in the United States.
Both of those models have the same display as the current iPads, but they will have a 4K display, a bigger screen, and an even bigger battery.
Both of these new models will come with the same speakers and a USB-C port as the iPad Airs.
The iPad Air will also come with a 2.7GHz Quad-core CPU, a 1.3GHz quad-core GPU, and 1GB of RAM.
The iPad Air is also getting a 5.5-inch Retina display, up from the current iPad Air.
Apple also revealed that the Air Mini is getting a 6-inch screen with a 1,280×720 resolution.
This display will be able to handle 4K video playback and will be available with either 32GB or 64GB of storage.
Apple’s iPad Air and iPad Mini both come with 8GB of internal storage and 16GB of expandable storage, so you’ll need at least 1TB of storage space to hold the two new iPads.
The $399 iPad Air comes with the Apple Pencil and Pencil+ stylus, as well as a wireless charging adapter, which Apple says allows it to charge up to 10 iPhones simultaneously.
It will also be able charge up an additional 8 to 10 iPads with an Apple Pencell charging station.
Apple’s new iPad is also the first tablet to have an 8MP rear camera, and it has the fastest processor and GPU out of any Apple tablet.