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Presidents Day isn’t quite here yet but that hasn’t stopped a wave of early Presidents Day iPad sales going on including a great saving on the latest iPad Air at Amazon. Right now, you can save $30 on the latest tablet from Apple making it a great time to upgrade or see the magic of Apple devices for the first time.
In our Apple iPad Air review, we referred to it as the “iPad Pro for everyone else” thanks to its powerful features at a great price. It manages to avoid costing as much as a high-end laptop while still offering an exceptional tablet experience with a pro-level of performance. The tablet has a gorgeous 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with True Tone and P3 wide color so it looks fantastic no matter what you’re doing on it.
On top of that, there’s a powerful A14 Bionic processor with Neural Engine so you’re guaranteed speedy performance even when you’re multitasking with numerous different apps or checking out the latest games on Apple Arcade. Alongside that is Touch ID for security, a 12MP back camera, and a 7MP FaceTime HD front camera for those all-important video conferencing calls.
The beauty behind the Apple iPad Air is that it’s the perfect device for being both a hybrid laptop of sorts or a tablet. That’s because it has support for the Magic Keyboard, Smart Keyboard Folio, and Apple Pencil (2nd generation) so you can easily type with a keyboard instead of on-screen as well as sketch out designs with the Apple Pencil. An up to 10-hour battery life means you won’t have to worry about running out of juice during the working day either. Like we said, it’s like the iPad Pro — only best for the majority of people rather than those who need the high-end solution.
Available in one of five gorgeous colors, the Apple iPad Air is ordinarily priced at $599, but you can snap one up now as part of Amazon’s early Presidents Day deals for just $569. That’s a modest saving of $30 but it soon adds up and it’s a great saving if you were considering purchasing a new tablet soon anyhow.
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