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New iPad and iPad Air: Your ultimate guide | CNN Underscored

September 15, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Apple is introducing the eighth-generation iPad and redesigned iPad Air. The latter also features the brand-new A14 Bionic chip, and let's just say we're hyped for the performance here. Read on for a full breakdown of the new tablets.

Apple kicked off 2020 with an update to the 11-inch and 12. 9-inch iPad Pro family in the spring.

Now Apple is paying attention to the rest of the lineup — or, well, all the other iPads but the iPad Mini — and introducing the eighth-generation iPad and redesigned iPad Air. The latter also features the brand-new A14 Bionic chip, and let’s just say we’re hyped for the performance here.

The entry-level eighth-gen iPad gets the A12 Bionic chip.

This eighth-gen iPad keeps the 10. 2-inch Retina Display with True Tone, and there are still bezels around the display.

And yes, this is the same design as the previous seventh-gen iPad. It’s classic Apple with a Home button included.

Apple’s eighth-gen iPad keeps the same $329 price and comes in Space Gray, gold or silver.

The one we’ve been waiting for: After two years of no updates, the iPad Air is getting a full redesign.

There’s a whole new processing unit inside the iPad Air: A14 Bionic.

Apple iPadOS 14 should run with absolutely no compromises or issues on the iPad Air, allowing you to take full advantage of multitasking and any application you throw at it.

It’s pretty similar to the iPad Pro design, but there’s no True Depth front-facing camera for Face ID here.

Rather, Apple has moved the Touch ID sensor into the power button on the side of the iPad Air.

Surprise, surprise: The Magic Keyboard works with the iPad Air, and it also supports the second-generation Apple Pencil.

The iPad Air comes in blue, green, gold, Space Gray and silver.

The iPad Air starts at $599 and will land October 2020.

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