How much does the new iPad Air cost in Australia?

Joanna Estrada
September 20, 2020

During Apple's "Time Flies" event, CEO Tim Cook took the wraps off a brand-new, totally redesigned fourth-generation iPad Air. To allow the display to extend on all sides, a next-generation Touch ID sensor is integrated into the top button, providing the same fast, easy, and secure way to unlock iPad Air, log in to apps. iPad Air is compatible with Magic Keyboard - which was released earlier this year - and its floating design as well as the Keyboard's built-in trackpad. DigiTimes said in January that Apple is working on a Smart Keyboard for the iPad Pro, with backlit keys, a feature that hasn't been around on those keyboards - it only exists on MacBook keyboards.

Here's a quick rundown on how much you should expect to pay for the new iPad Air in Australia.

Smartwatches used to be all about getting notifications on your wrist. We discuss the changes to iOS 14 and what we like about it at length first, and then we talk about the new Apple One subscription bundle, which saves a lot of money for people in India. However, if you're set on getting the latest iPad, Walmart's current offer is the best around right now.

With these essential health and wellness features made more accessible, the Apple Watch SE is ideal for children and elderly who may not use smartphones.

At Apple's September online event, all eyes were on the Apple Watch Series 6 and the Apple Watch SE but the iPad line also received a significant upgrade. The watches will support the latest watchOS 7 that adds sleep tracking and a timely hand-washing tracking feature.

These videos are mainly concentrated on the new iPad Air as it was among the primary highlights of this week's occasion, however they quickly show the efficiency enhancements on the 2020 iPad with A12 Bionic chip. For even more savings, trade-in your Apple devices, snag Education pricing deals, or opt for older models still stocked like the Apple Watch Series 3 ($299).

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