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IPad Air (7th generation)

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The iPad Air has gone through 21 generation(s) in all. But, we are only focusing on the 7th generation of iPad, the iPad Air.

It was released on the 25th of September, 2019 (9-25-19). It is pretty big with a 10.2 inch Retina display.

You can either get it with 32GB[1], or with 128GB. You can get colors for silver, space gray, or gold.

The connectors are a Touch ID Sensor[2], Stereo speakers, Smart Connector, Lightning Connector (Charger), 3.5 mm Headphone Jack, Nano-SIM tray (Cellular Models), Dual microphones.

What is in the box? Of course, the iPad itself, Lightning to USB cable (charger), USB Power Adapter (Charging brick).

What is the bionic chip? The bionic chip is an A10 Fusion Chip with 64-bit architecture, and an embedded M10 coprocessor[3].

The camera is an 8 MP camera with ƒ/2.4 aperture. It has a 5 element lens with a hybrid IR filter.

The video calling features are: FaceTime video and iPad to any FaceTime enabled.

The audio calling features are: FaceTime audio and iPad to any FaceTime enabled.

The SIM cards accepted are: Nano-SIM, Apple SIM, and eSIM.

An iPad Air reverse

The Apple Pay features are: To pay with your iPad using Touch ID within apps & on the web, and send and receive money in Messages.


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  1. GB stands for Gigabyte.
  2. Touch ID is to do anything from getting apps on the App Store to unlocking your device.
  3. A coprocessor is a computer processor used to supplement the functions of the primary processor (the CPU).