Apple flexes their processor prowess with new A14 Bionic

Apple 8th-gen iPad

Apple 8th-gen iPad

Hence, if you are interested in taking high-quality photos with your tablet or recording 4K60 videos, you should definitely go with the iPad Air.

This eighth-gen iPad keeps the 10.2-inch Retina Display with True Tone, and there are still bezels around the display.

It will run on the A14 Bionic chip, which Apple calls its most advanced chip ever. Apple believes that the new iPad can match the capabilities of most popular laptops and chromebooks thanks to its A12 Bionic chipset that brings Apple's Neural Engine capabilities for machine learning at a fairly affordable iPad. The new software update includes plenty of upgrades for Apple Pencil (side note: the second-gen Pencil with its magnetic side is compatible with the new Air), new widgets for the home screen, tweaks to how apps are laid out, a new universal search field, and various UI changes.

The A14 Bionic, which will ship first with the new iPad Air, is going to be Apple's fastest yet.

On the other hand, the A12 in the iPad 8th-gen makes this entry model just as powerful as the 3th-gen iPad Pro, which is very impressive. Tomorrow, Apple will launch iOS14, iPadOS, and watchOS7.

In terms of price and availability, the iPad 8 is now available to order starting Friday, September 18, with a starting price of $ 329 for the Wi-Fi model and $ 459 for the Wi-Fi + mobile model. It's the first iPad to ship with such a connector since the iPad Pro switched to it over Lightning in 2018. On the front, you'll get a 7-megapixel lens, and the back features the same 12-megapixel lens as on the iPad Pro.

It shouldn't be surprising that the 4th-gen iPad Air is far more expensive when compared to the regular iPad 8th-gen models, especially since the specs are much better.

It comes with a similar size as the last-gen iPad Air, however, you now get a larger 10.9-inch display removing the physical Home button altogether. But it is not enough to say it, the bitten apple wants to maintain its position of power by presenting two new products on the market. That's a pretty big leap in terms of speed, and you don't have to pay an arm and a leg to get that performance either. The iPad Air comes in blue, green, gold, Space Gray and silver. The Magic Keyboard and the Smart Keyboard Folio for iPad Air will be available for Rs 27,900 and Rs 15, 900, respectively.

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