Deals: Not Upgrading to the New iPad Air? Get the 4th Gen Tablet for Record Low of $469.99 ($129 Off)
Now that Apple has introduced a new model of the iPad Air, we're starting to track steep discounts on the previous generation tablet. On Amazon, you can get the fourth generation 64GB Wi-Fi iPad Air for $469.99, down from $599.00 thanks to an automatic coupon that will be applied at checkout.
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This is a new all-time low price on the 2020 iPad Air, and it's available in all colors except Sky Blue. Remember that in order to see the sale prices on each version of the iPad Air, you'll need to add the tablet to your cart on Amazon, and then at the checkout screen an automatic coupon will knock the price down to $469.99.
Note: You won't see the deal price until checkout.
We haven't yet tracked particularly steep discounts on the new iPad Air, so if you're looking to save a good amount of money then the fourth generation model is still a solid option. In terms of the fifth generation 64GB Wi-Fi iPad Air, it's available for $569.99 on Amazon, down from $599.00. That's the best price seen to date.
For even more iPad deals, head to our full Best Deals guide for iPad. In that guide we track the best discounts online for iPad, iPad mini, iPad Air, and iPad Pro.
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Top Rated Comments
I have never found it financially wise to make purchase decisions based on the possibilities of the future. In this case, the idea that some form of MacOS will be available for an iPad is merely a fantasy at this moment. Should that actually happen, there is no guarantee that such a mythical MacOS system would run on an Air 5.
For people who simply want to use the device (rather than run benchmarks to compare performance numbers), the Air 4 will easily handle iPadOS for the effective life of the device. This is a great deal, especially during these days of supply chain issues and other scarcities.
Basically, imo, talking about performance headroom on an iPad is either preaching to the choir — who aren’t seriously considering this as a primary device anyway — or talking to people for whom it’s not an issue.