People were not sure whether Apple will ever launch the successors to iPad Air and iPad Mini and it turns out that Apple has just done it exactly today. The company launched the new lineup of iPad Air and iPad Mini devices and both of them now work with the first generation Apple Pencil. Specifications wise, both the devices have got decent upgrades and the prices have also reduced from the earlier models.
The iPad Air is a fresh model from the company and it is cheaper compared to the expensive iPad Pro models launched in 2018. The iPad Air now works with the Smart Keyboard and runs on the advanced A12 Bionic chip upgraded from the older A10X chip. The device comes in the colours of gold, silver and space grey and can purchased at a price of $499 for the 64GB variant and the price goes higher for the 256GB storage that also comes with the cellular connectivity feature.
Speaking of the new iPad Mini, it resembles a lot like the older version from the outside but almost everything has changed with the hardware. It has a 7.9 inch display with wider range of colours and works along with the True Tone technology. Obviously, there is the A12 chip ( found in the latest iPhones) included in the latest model of Mini and it comes in similar colours to the iPad Air. iPad Mini still features the headphone jack, the lightning port and Touch ID and comes with a starting price of $399 for 64GB.