In an ongoing effort to highlight the best Prime Day deals on Apple products, in this post we're spotlighting Amazon's current record low deal on the 2020 iPad Air. The 64GB Wi-Fi model of the iPad Air is available for $519.99, down from $599.00, and it's available in four colors at this price.

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This is the lowest price that we've ever tracked for this model of the iPad Air, coming in nearly $20 below the previous record low price. In addition to this entry level iPad Air, Amazon is providing steep discounts across the tablet lineup, which we've rounded up below.

Be sure to check out our full article on the Best Apple Deals during Prime Day before the event ends tomorrow. Our full Deals Roundup has also more information on the latest Apple-related sales and bargains.

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Top Rated Comments

coachgq Avatar
32 months ago

Thanks just bought 10!
Well, you saved $800 off sticker. Should have bought 100. Would have been an $8,000 savings.
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Sir_Macs_A_Lot Avatar
32 months ago
That a device that costs this much can ship with only 64GB of storage should be a criminal act.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Darth Tulhu Avatar
32 months ago
I found that a refurb first-gen 11-inch Pro is a better machine than this, except for the processor.

It has a larger, brighter screen with Pro-Motion, FaceID, better camera features, more speakers, and a better price. You also get the same warranty, a new outer case, and a new battery.

The Apple Refurb Store has them for $519.

You're welcome.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Agile55 Avatar
32 months ago
Damn Darth, was looking @ returning (still in return window) my 2020 Air to catch the $30. price drop for another Air but the face ID & camera have me considering your suggestion hmmmm ……….
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Darth Tulhu Avatar
32 months ago

Damn Darth, was looking @ returning (still in return window) my 2020 Air to catch the $30. price drop for another Air but the face ID & camera have me considering your suggestion hmmmm ……….
Pull the trigger.

I also forgot to mention, that the two machines have the same amount of RAM (4GB).

If you want an even better value, the 10.5 Pro has many of the features of the 11 (Pro motion, 4GB RAM, but with TouchID and Lightning (if you already have the infrastructure for it).

My creative daughter refused to upgrade to the 11 Pro from the 10.5, because she likes the bezel "handles" (as she called them), TouchID, and the same charging port as her iPhone Xr.

Capable ecosystem on the cheap (for Apple, that is). Even the older A-series chips are still beasts.
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