If you hoped Amazon’s annual Prime Day would bring a bargain on the 2020 iPad Air, you’re in luck. The online giant dropped the price of this 10.9-inch tablet by 13%.
The iPad Air 4 borrows so many features from the iPad Pro series that it’s all the tablet lots of people need.
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iPad Air 4 is a bargain
The most-recent version is the first in the series with a 10.9-inch screen, making it just a tiny bit smaller than the more-expensive 11-inch iPad Pro.
And the fourth-generation Air includes a USB-C port rather than Lightning, another feature borrowed from the Pro series. With off-the-shelf adapters, users can easily connect a range of powerful accessories to this port, from mice to monitors.
The tablet also supports the Apple Pencil 2, and includes a built-in charging pad for the stylus.
The iPad Air 4 was the first computer of any type announced with an A14 Bionic processor. The chip gives the tablet outstanding performance, scoring 4613 in Geekbench 5.
Amazon is currently offering the 2020 iPad Air with 64GB of storage for $519.99, which is $79.01 below the usual cost. That deal is available for all five color options: space gray, silver, gold, green and blue.
And the $79.01 discount applies to the version with 256GB of storage. That drops its price to $669.99.
Despite the name, Prime Day actually goes on for two days, June 21 and June 22.