BREAKING: Apple Announces New iPads

Earlier this morning this happened:


Well, it turns out that Apple did release new products. Specifically new iPads. First up there’s a new iPad Air that has been released. It’s available for order starting today with 64GB and 256GB storage. It comes with the A12 Bionic chip, a 10.5‑inch Retina display with True Tone, and support for Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard. It promises Wi‑Fi speeds up to 866 Mbps and LTE Advanced via support for Apple’s eSIM. Finally there’s a claimed battery life of 10 hours. The iPad Air starts at $649 CDN.

Next up is the iPad Mini which starts at $529 CDN. It features A12 Bionic processor, Apple Pencil support, a new advanced Retina display panel. Upgraded cameras bring improved low-light performance and HD video recording. It is available today for pre-order in 64 and 256GB storage capacities, and comes in a Wi-Fi model and in a Wi-Fi + Cellular model. Availability in store will start next week.

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