Apple announced the fifth generation of the iPad Air tablet, which was announced last week, so what are the specifications and prices of the iPad Air?
Apple’s iPad Air starts at $599.
Apple iPad Air Specifications
Apple explained that the new iPad Air 5 features the new M1 processor, which provides 60% faster performance compared to the previous model equipped with the A14 processor, in addition to doubling the speed of the graphics card.
The Magic Keyboard case can be used with the new iPad Air 5 tablet to rival Windows laptops.
The US company confirmed that its new device is compatible with the second-generation Apple Pencil input stylus, which is magnetically attached to the side of the tablet, and is charging in the meantime, bringing the Air version much closer to the luxury model. . Professional iPad.
The new tablet’s USB-C port provides twice the bandwidth of the previous model.
New technologies in the Apple iPad Air
The 12MP ultra-wide front camera not only provides better quality photos, but also supports Center Stage technology to keep the user in the center of the picture constantly.
new apple products
Last week, Apple organized its first virtual event in 2022, under the name “Pick Performance”.
The event saw the introduction of 6 major devices and products, namely the new iPhone SE, the new generation iPad Air and the latest Mac devices, the Mac Studio, along with the new Studio Display.
As part of its virtual event, Apple announced the new low-cost iPhone SE, targeting the chip used for Android devices.
Among its most outstanding specifications was its compatibility with the A15 Bionic chip, which Apple introduced in the new iPhone 13.
The device also supports fingerprint feature while it lacks face print feature.
Apple also announced, within the specifications of the new SE, that it supports the 5G network, and that it works with a 12-megapixel screen, and that its cost will start at the price of 429 dollars.
M1 Ultra chip.
During its virtual conference, Apple also announced the improvement of the operating options of its chipset, by adding the M1 Ultra chip.
The new M1 Ultra chipset is capable of delivering the performance of two chipsets at the same time, which is 7 times faster than conventional M1 chips.
Apple continued its conference, introducing the latest Mac hardware, the new “Mac Studio,” which is available with support for the M1 Max or M1 Ultra chipsets.
Apple announced that the entry-level Mac Studio will deliver performance through the M1 Max chip, up to 50% faster than the current Mac Pro with a 16-core Intel Xeon chip.
The device comes with an area of 7.7 square inches, a height of 3.7 inches and is also available with two USB-A ports and four Thunderbolt 4 ports, and is capable of supporting up to 4 Pro Display XDRs with the ability to stream in 4K resolution.
Apple introduces the new Mac Studio device, starting at $2,000 for drives powered by the M1 MAX chip and starting at $3,999,000 for drives powered by the M1 Ultra chip.
Apple concluded its virtual event by introducing the “Studio Display” screen that supports the new “Mac Studio” devices.
And Apple’s new screens come in at 27 inches in size, and support 5K streaming technology, with a 6-speaker audio system, the screen supports 1 billion colors, and it starts at $1,599,000.
iPhone 13 new color
On the sidelines of Apple’s virtual event, the company announced the availability of a new special version of the iPhone 13 in dark green, which comes within its multiple color options.