Apple launched the iPad Air last year in India. The latest iPad Air received a design upgrade and offers a larger screen with a faster performance unit. It comes with an Apple A14 Bionic chip, which is also found on the iPhone 12 series. Apple launched its mid-tier tablet in India for Rs 54,900. The base model of the WiFi-only variant comes with 64GB of internal storage. Almost a year after its launch, the iPad Air 2020 is getting a massive discount on Amazon India. During the upcoming Great Indian Festival Sale, the Apple tablet will be available for under Rs 45,000.
Apple iPad Air 2020 price drop during Amazon sale
Apple iPad Air 2020 will get a huge discount during the Amazon Great Indian Festival. The Apple tablet will be available for Rs 42,990 in India. Currently, the Air 2020 is available for Rs 50,900 on Amazon. The currently listed price is already lesser than the launch price of the tablet. However, waiting for a couple of days could make the deal sweeter as the 64GB variant will be available at a massive discount. The 256GB variant is also likely to get a discount during the sale. It is currently listed on Amazon India for 63,900, down from its launch price of Rs 68,900.
Specs and features
The iPad Air sports a large 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with 3.8 million pixels. The display comes with P3 wide colour support, True Tone, and an anti-reflective coating for an enhanced viewing experience.
Unlike previous iPad Air models, the 2020 Air comes without a Home Button. The Touch ID has now been moved on the top-right edge. Apple has also provided its mid-tier iPad with support for Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil. Both accessories can be attached via magnets and connectors on the iPad.
Under the hood, the tablet runs Apple A14 Bionic. It has a 7MP front camera and a 12MP rear camera sensor. The iPad Air also comes with a USB Type-C port for up to 50gbps data transfer along with Wi-Fi 6 performance and 60 per cent faster LTE connectivity. It supports iOS 15 but boots iOS 14 out of the box.
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