Deals: Get the 64GB Wi-Fi 10.5-Inch iPad Air for $399.99 on Amazon ($99 Off, Lowest Price)

More discounts on Apple's 10.5-inch iPad Air have appeared on Amazon this week, with lowest-ever prices now appearing for the 64GB Wi-Fi model and the 256GB cellular model. This iPad Air is the version that launched in March 2019 with a 10.5-inch Retina display and Touch ID.

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You can save up to $180 in the sale, with prices starting at $399.99 for the 64GB model with Wi-Fi. If you're shopping for a cellular iPad Air, note that both models listed below have delayed shipping estimates and will ship within 1-4 weeks at the time of writing.

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Top Rated Comments

sirghost Avatar
56 months ago

I can't understand why any of the "air" line exists. the name is meaningless these days. I don't even remember what the Dif between this and the other cheap iPad is but they both work with the Pen and the other is cheaper....
So, funny how they are exactly the same, lol



The air has 64 gig and 256 gig, the regular one has 32 gig and 128 gig

10.5 inch screen for the air, 10.2 inch for the regular one

Depth on the air is 0.24 inches, depth on the regular iPad is 0.29 inches

Weight on the air is 1 pound, on the regular iPad it’s 1.07 pounds.

The air has Fully laminated display, the regular one does not.

The air has Antireflective coating, the regular one does not

The air has Wide color display (P3), the regular one does not

The air hasTrue Tone display, the regular one does not.

The air has the a12, the regular one has the a10

The air has Neural Engine thanks to the a12, the regular one doesn’t.

The air has Wide color capture for photos and Live Photo’s for both the front and back cameras, the regular one doesn’t.

The air has 1080p HD video recording on the front camera, the regular one has 720p HD video recording.
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koolmagicguy Avatar
56 months ago


* 256GB, Wi-Fi ('https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NHNG7QC/?tag=macrumors-20') - $597.00, down from $549.00 ($52 off)

Who does the meth for these articles?
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bbednarz Avatar
56 months ago

I can't understand why any of the "air" line exists. the name is meaningless these days. I don't even remember what the Dif between this and the other cheap iPad is but they both work with the Pen and the other is cheaper....
You don't understand why it exists because you don't know what the differences are.
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B4U Avatar
56 months ago

I can't understand why any of the "air" line exists. the name is meaningless these days. I don't even remember what the Dif between this and the other cheap iPad is but they both work with the Pen and the other is cheaper....
https://www.apple.com/ipad/compare/
Because it is that hard to just go to Apple and look at their comparison page?
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Rychiar Avatar
56 months ago
I can't understand why any of the "air" line exists. the name is meaningless these days. I don't even remember what the Dif between this and the other cheap iPad is but they both work with the Pen and the other is cheaper....
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
PlayUltimate Avatar
56 months ago

This is actually a pretty good deal.
If I recall, similar prices were available before Xmas. Costco, Amazon and Best Buy had the 64GB Air for 399.99.

FWIW, I have been really tempted to get this. But the 1st Gen Pencil had me hesitating. Since I have a solid iPad Air 2, I will just wait for a refresh (hopefully in March).
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