Take $50 Off The New iPad Air And We Have Ourselves A Deal, Starting From Just $449

It seems that Amazon wants everyone to have the best possible chance of owning one of Apple’s current-generation iPad Air tablets. The online behemoth has taken $50 off the price-tag of the entire range, meaning you can pick up a 64GB WiFi-only entry-level model for just $449.99.

The Jeff Bezos-ran business has a habit of putting products up on offer with all-time low price-tags associated with them at the moment. This current slew of iPad Air deals sees Apple’s tablet falling approximately $20 below the previous low price, which means there is definitely a great deal to be had here, especially for those who may have been prepared to pay the full asking price for the hardware.

The latest-generation iPad Air hardware offers the full product-leading experience that you would expect from a product of this nature. It comes with Apple’s 10.5-inch multi-touch Retina display offering a 2224 x 1668 screen resolution at 264 ppi. It’s powered by Apple’s own A12 64-Bit SoC with an accompanying M12 Coprocessor and enough RAM to give the machine the processing assistance that a device in this class needs. Storage capacity will depend on the model that you choose and it also offers iOS pre-installed, access to the iOS App Store, support for the first-generation Apple Pencil, and an internal battery that should get you up to 10-hours of battery life. Oh, and did we mention that it just looks gorgeous? Because it does!

Interested? You should be! Check out the currently available 10.5-inch iPad Air deals below:

As we said, this is an all-time low on Amazon for this product so it’s definitely worth acting right now and picking one up if you need a new tablet in your life. There is plenty of choice in this market but it genuinely is hard to get a more accomplished and well-rounded tablet experience than the one that is provided by iPad.

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