Apple’s brand new variant of the iPad Air is currently being offered via Amazon at an all-time low price point. With immediate effect, it’s possible to pick up the gorgeous 10.5-inch iPad Air complete with 64GB of internal storage, starting from as little as just $469.

This iPad Air is the absolute perfect option for those individuals who need a reliable and versatile tablet but who simply cannot justify splurging on the Pro model and going for a whopping 12.9-inch display. There is general agreement globally that Apple’s iPad Pro is really the piece-de-la-resistance of the tablet market but the cost is sometimes not justified based on the requirements of some users. That is where the new iPad Air steps in.

This particular Apple iPad offers a gorgeous 10.5-inch Retina display complete with True Tone and wide color gamut. It has the company’s own A12 Bionic chipset under-the-hood and offers biometric authentication via the embedded Touch ID sensor in the Home button. This Touch ID is also the window to verifying payments with Apple Pay and any cards added via the Wallet app. The specification is finished off with high quality speakers, WiFi, and gigabit-class LTE, up to 10-hours of battery life, and access to the iOS App Store.

And, of course, this model will also benefit from the free-of-charge upgrade to iPadOS 13 later in the year. Check out the deals below on the various models to save money on this excellent Apple tablet.

If purchased, this is going to feel like a wonderful new product but you will also get that feeling all over again next month when iPadOS is launched with its new features and speed improvements. A wonderful deal for a wonderful product which will just keep on giving and giving. Excellent value for money for a product that will not only stand the test of time from a hardware perspective but also with continual software updates.

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