How much does the new iPad Air cost in Australia?


If you've been holding onto an older generation of iPad and considering an upgrade, now would be a great time with the launch of the new iPad Air in October.

We can likewise see that the iPad Air 4 and the smaller sized 2020 iPad Pro have the very same physical size, however the iPad Air 4 has a 10.9-inch screen with a little thicker bezels while the iPad Pro has an 11-inch screen.

Apple's fourth-generation iPad Air takes its cues from the iPad Pro and looks a hell of a lot sharper (and feature-rich) than its predecessor as a result.

The Magic Keyboard has a light-up keyboard and lifts your iPad, making it seem as if it were floating.

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This year, iOS 14 introduces new... There's even a Noise feature that warns you when your surroundings are getting too loud, along with Cycle Tracking and Sleep monitoring. With the cellular-enabled models (from $499), users are able to send voice and text messages with the watch alone, while family members can keep track of their location and set alerts. We also talk about the Apple Watch SE and Series 3, both of which could potentially offer excellent value for money. The watches will support the latest watchOS 7 that adds sleep tracking and a timely hand-washing tracking feature.

The best part? The line-up of new gadgets announced at "Time Flies" comes with iPadOS 14 which redefines the iPad OS experience in terms of aesthetic (compact design with widgets and smarter notification banners) and experience (data detectors work seamlessly with handwritten text, recognising phone numbers, dates, addresses, and links).

Apple's current iPad lineup includes the 8th gen iPad which starts at $329, the iPad mini with a starting price of $399, the new iPad Air that starts at $599, and the top of the line iPad Pro with a starting price of $799.

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The considering a broader ban on cotton and textiles and tomatoes from Xinjiang but the new orders are a more limited step. All WROs are publicly available and listed by country on CBP's Forced Labor Withhold Release Orders and Findings webpage.