Deals: iPad Air Available for All-Time Low Price of $519 on Amazon ($80 Off)

Apple's 2022 iPad Air has returned to its all-time low price of $519.00 for the 64GB Wi-Fi model, down from $599.00. We most recently saw this price last week during Prime Early Access, but this is the first time since that event that we've tracked a return of the record low deal.

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You can get every color of the 64GB Wi-Fi iPad Air at this price: Starlight, Space Gray, Purple, Pink, and Blue. They're all in stock and most can arrive as soon as October 19 with Prime shipping, or October 22 with regular shipping.

Besides the entry-level model, we're also tracking record low deals on every model of the 2022 iPad Air. You can get the 256GB Wi-Fi iPad Air for $669.00, down from $749.00. This one is available in four colors, but only two (Blue and Space Gray) currently have stock on Amazon.

For cellular models, the 64GB cellular iPad Air is on sale for $668.99, down from $749.00, and the 256GB cellular iPad Air is on sale for $819.00, down from $899.00. Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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Top Rated Comments

Rocko99991 Avatar
18 months ago
64gb is laughable. 128 should be minimum.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
roland.g Avatar
18 months ago

Can you tell me about your iPad wall mount (brand, model, etc.) and what you like/dislike about it?

I'm looking to mount one of my iPads to a wall for a similar purpose (home automation, security cam images, photos, reminders, etc.).

This is the one I got off Amazon. I use it in Portrait Orientation but you could of course mount it either way. I honestly can't remember why I chose Portrait over Landscape anymore. It may have been that some apps didn't really lend to Landscape as much.

We have Calendar, Reminders (shared shopping lists), Home App, Bali (blinds), Roborock (vacuum), Paprika (recipes), Arlo (cameras), and a couple other apps that all lend to being in a single location reference. I had envisioned it more as an easy calendar at a glance thing, but I don't think it gets used for that much.
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