Amazing Weekend Deal Discounts Apple’s Wonderful iPad Air To Just $539

Right now, you can pick up Apple’s fourth-generation iPad Air complete with 64GB of internal storage with a 10% discount applied. The slashed price takes the purchase price of the highly-rated iPad down to just $539.

With this fourth-generation iPad Air you are going to be getting a “powerful,” “colourful,” and “wonderful” experience. If the Apple PR machine is to be believed, of course! This is one of Apple’s most versatile and affordable iPads ever thanks to its advanced features and capabilities and compatibility with an array of accessories that make it function more like an extremely powerful and portable computer.

It has an all-screen designed featuring a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display and Touch ID for fast, easy, and secure login and payment via Apple Pay. It comes with Apple’s A14 Bionic chip that has power for everything from standard everyday tasks to editing 4K video and transferring files with USB-C. It also offers support for the Apple Pencil, which allows owners to paint a portrait, takes notes, marks up documents, and so much more with an amazing tilt and pressure-sensitive experience that offers imperceptible lag.

There is support for the stunning Magic Keyboard accessory that offer an amazing typing experience and it comes with the power of iPadOS that has been purpose-built for the iPad. A stunning hardware and software combination that leads the field.

Everything that you need to fill in any product blanks that you may have and to make the discounted purchase is on the direct product link below. Simply head on over to view all of the information. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price.

Buy: 2020 Apple iPad Air (10.9-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB) – Space Gray (4th Generation) from Amazon: $539 | Original price: $599

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