If you planning to buy a new Apple iPad Air 4th generation 2020 edition then you can probably order today at Apple.com or get it on BestBuy.com, and it will be available from Friday, October 23, 2020, and price is starting at $599 and $749 for Wi-Fi + Cellular. The new iPad Air is available in five different colors including Silver, Space Gray, Rose Gold, Green, and Sky Blue, and featuring an all-screen design with a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display, as well as an upgraded camera and audio. The new integrated Touch ID sensor now moves in the top button, which has an in-built fingerprint sensor.
The new iPad Air is powered by Apple’s A14 Bionic chip, which is packed with massive performance, and handles the most demanding apps, as well as better 4K video editing, or creating art, or playing games. Apple’s A14 Bionic chip uses 5nm technology, which is packed with 11.8 billion transistors for performance and power efficiency. A14 Bionic features a new 6-core CPU which is a 40 percent boost in performance and a 4-core GPU provides an improvement in graphics. Also, A14 Bionic includes a new 16-core Neural Engine which can perform up to 11 trillion operations per second. It also includes second-generation machine learning accelerators in the CPU which can make 10 times faster machine calculations.
iPad Air is also compatible with Magic Keyboard, a Smart Keyboard Folio, and new Smart Folio covers, also support for Apple Pencil (2nd generation).
iPad Air has a 7MP front-facing FaceTime HD camera and a 12MP camera in the back which produces high-resolution photos and capturing 4K videos. It has also a USB-C port that allows you to transfer up to 5Gbps speed, and transfer photos from a hard drive or vice versa, and connect an external monitor up to 4K. It can also support Wi-Fi 6 connectivity.
With iPadOS 14, it can handle unique capabilities like Scribble to iPad that allowing Apple pencil users to handwrite directly in any text field. It can also reply to a quick iMessage or search in Safari fast and easy, without putting Apple Pencil away. Scribble feature in iPadOS 14 uses on-device machine learning to convert handwriting into typed text in real-time. And more features included in iPadOS 14 you can see details here.