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iPad Air (6th Generation)

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iPad Air (6th generation)
Also known asiPad Air 6, M2 iPad Pro, iPad Air (11-inch) (1st generation), iPad Air (13-inch) (1st generation), iPad Air (2024)
DeveloperApple Inc.
Product familyiPad Air
TypeTablet computer
Release dateMay 15, 2024; 29 days ago (2024-05-15)
Introductory price11-inch: $599 USD
13-inch: $799 USD
Operating systemOriginal: iPadOS 17.5, released May 2024
System-on-chip usedApple M2 with 64-bit architecture and embedded motion co-processor
Storage128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB, and 1TB flash memory.
GraphicsApple-designed 8-core
SoundStereo speakers
Online servicesApp Store, iTunes Store, Books, iCloud, Game Center, Apple Arcade
Dimensions11-inch Model:

9.74 inches (247.6 mm);(h)
7 inches (178.5 mm);(w)
0.24 inch (6.1 mm);(d)

13-inch Model:

11.05 inches (280.6 mm);(h)
8.46 inches (214.9 mm);(w)

0.236 inch (6.0 mm);(d)
PredecessoriPad Air (5th generation)

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The iPad Air (6th generation), colloquially known as the iPad Air 6, is a tablet computer designed, developed, and marketed by Apple Inc. It was announced by Apple on May 7, 2024. It succeeded the 5th generation iPad Air. It is available with the new 11-inch screen size option as its predecessor, alongside a new 13-inch screen option and is available in four colors: Space Gray, Starlight, Purple, and Blue.[1]



The fifth-generation iPad Air uses the M2 SoC; the same chip used in the iPad Pro (6th generation). The chip has an 8-core CPU, an 8-core GPU and a 16-core Neural Engine which can process more than 15.8 trillion operations per second. Apple claims the CPU is up to 18 percent faster and the GPU is 35 percent faster compared to its predecessor. It has up to 256 GB of internal storage, and 8 GB of RAM.Template:Timeline of iPad models


  1. "Apple unveils the redesigned 11-inch and all-new 13-inch iPad Air with M2". Apple Newsroom. Retrieved 2024-05-07.
Preceded by
iPad Air (5th generation)
iPad Air (6th generation)
Succeeded by

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