Apple’s iPad Air 5 hit the market earlier this year, but the powerful tablet already has a big and rare discount. Buying the Wi-Fi model with 256GB of storage will save you up to $70 on Amazon Prime Day starting October 11. It’s rare for Apple to generously offer great deals like this, so now’s the time to act if you want one. An iPad.
- Amazon is slashing iPad Air 5 prices starting today.
- Both the 64 GB and 256 GB Wi-Fi iPad Air 5 variants have rare offers.
- Save up to $70 on iPad Air with the two-day Prime Day deal.
The two-day special Prime deals will dramatically reduce the price of 2022 iPad Air tablets in all colors. Specifically, the 64GB Wi-Fi variant is now on sale for $559, a savings of $40 off the original price. On the other hand, the 256GB storage is a much better deal, dropping from the $749 starting price to $679.
Currently, you won’t find similar iPad Air 5 deals outside of Amazon, let alone Apple. The event will see the offer running in various countries including the US until October 12.
Is the iPad Air 5 deal worth it from Amazon?
The iPad Air 5 or 2022 model is the first non-pro tablet with a powerful M1 series chipset. This puts the iPad Air 5 on par with the more expensive 12.9-inch and 11-inch iPad Pro. It has amazing battery life and a USB-C port for fast data transfer to boot. Likewise, support for the Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil 2 is a big plus given the low price.
In addition to a premium and sleek build, the iPad Air 5 features a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display that matches the resolution of both Pro iPad models. There’s also a 12MP camera on the front and back that can record 4K video, while there’s a quick TouchID placed on top.
The upcoming iPadOS 16 software update should benefit the iPad Air 5. Apple plans to add a MacBook-like multitasking experience to select iPad tablets. The update brings many new features, such as a dedicated weather app and a freeform collaboration tool.
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