It’s been a little over a month since Apple introduced its new iPad Air. The tablet that gave the company so much joy returned this year, once again, with a new design. Inspired by the same lines and appearance of the iPad Pro, which has also been transferred to the iPhone 12, the iPad Air brings great news.
For starters, the new Liquid Retina display welcomes us to a new experience for all. With it, the Touch ID has disappeared from the front, but not completely. Unlike the iPad Pro, which has Face ID with the TrueDepth sensor, the iPad Air maintains Touch ID, but on the power button.
On the inside, we find the same A14 chip that has arrived in the company’s phones recently. A real beast that can handle all kinds of tasks without getting messy. However, all this has only been demonstrated in controlled demonstrations and on paper. Until now, with the arrival of the first unboxing of the new iPad Air, shared by MacRumors.
In the same way that the new iPad Air has taken the appearance of the iPad Pro for the device itself, it has also done it for its packaging. Thanks to a video recently uploaded to YouTube , it has been possible to see everything that the product box contains. Without any surprises, yes, with a power adapter, which is now USB-C.
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This packaging will be the same that we will see in our homes when we receive the new iPad, which will begin to arrive on October 23. Along with the iPhone 12, which will also be officially launched then, an interesting wave of new technologies awaits us. Technologies that will surely unleash our creativity with the new A14 and the best applications from the App Store.