Deals Spotlight: 2019 iPad Air Discounted to New Low Prices (Up to $52 Off)

The latest iPad Air is receiving a notable discount this week at Amazon, with up to $52 off select models of the 2019 tablet.

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This includes both Wi-Fi and cellular devices, with prices starting at $579 for the 64GB cellular iPad Air and rising from there. As a note, every price listed below is the current lowest-ever price for these models.

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Apple updated the iPad Air in March 2019 with a new 10.5-inch display, Touch ID, headphone jack, A12 Bionic processor, and support for the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard.

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2 weeks ago
Personally I got a Logitech Crayon for my 2019 Air when it was recently on sale for $50. Perfectly fine for my purposes (PDF highlighting and markup, drawing and some note taking, I have no use for pressure sensitivity) and half the price. Quite happy with the Air.
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2 weeks ago
Not worth getting the Air or regular iPad at this point until they’re updated with Pencil 2 support, hopefully in a month.
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2 weeks ago

Not worth getting the Air or regular iPad at this point until they’re updated with Pencil 2 support, hopefully in a month.


I wouldn’t bank on it. I bet they support the first Apple Pencil on the rumored 10.2” iPad.

I use a 2019 iPad Air with the Apple Leather Sleeve w/ Pencil holder and it’s honestly great.

My understanding is that the drawing performance between Pencil 1 and 2 is exactly the same. You just get the benefits of it not rolling for days across the table, no cap to lose, touch gestures on the accessory, and that it is a bit shorter in length. Personally, I feel like the cost to jump to these features right now isn’t compelling to your mid-range iPad folk.
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