Apple Announced New iPads

Apple Announced New iPads

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Apple has announced two new iPads, a week before the company rolls out a media and entertainment bundle. The company debuted a new iPad Air with a 10.5-inch screen and a 7.9-inch iPad Mini.

New iPad Air in an ultra-thin 10.5-inch design offers latest innovations including Apple Pencil1 support. With the A12 Bionic chip with Neural Engine, the company claims that the new iPad Air delivers a 70 percent boost in performance and twice the graphics capability over its predecessor. It also has the advanced Retina display with True Tone technology that is nearly 20 percent larger with over half a million more pixels.

7.9-inch iPad mini presents a major upgrade. With the A12 Bionic chip it delivers three times the performance and nine times faster graphics compared to the older model. The advanced Retina display with True Tone technology and wide color support is 25 percent brighter and has the highest pixel density of any iPad. It also has Apple Pencil1 support. The new iPads are already available to order and will appear in stores next week.

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