With new iPad models expected to hit a fever pitch, retailers are offering big discounts on the last-gen model, providing an excellent opportunity to buy one for well below retail. The older iPad Air may not have the speed of Apple’s M1 processor, but the A14 Bionic CPU still delivers plenty of power for the vast majority of apps. The Air is also compatible with several iPad Air accessories, such as Apple’s Magic Keyboard, and has a 10.9-inch Retina display with a resolution of 2360 x 1640. It also supports a wide color gamut, not to mention a USB-C port for charging. Read our review.
This deal is a less expensive and frankly better option than investing in the latest model of the standard iPad. The fourth-generation Air has the same processor, a better screen and more extensive compatibility with Apple accessories.