Apple introduced the cheapest version of iPad ranging from a 32GB model (at $329/£329) to a 128 GB type. The simply upgraded power tablet is out at the market and ready to order.
Also, the repatterned iPad Air is offered in two models at $599/£579 (64GB) and $749/£729 (256GB). Ordering is not still possible as it is planned to be released in October.
With a thin, 10.9-inch screen design pretty much like the iPad Pro, the iPad Air is presented in a wide range of colors.
Equipped with Touch ID, the new gadget follows the second-generation Apple Pencil, which is able to connect to the magnetic frame. It has USB-C connection and charges wirelessly when not applied by the user.