Get an iPad Air today for $100 off at multiple retailers

Get an iPad Air today for $100 off at multiple retailers

The iPad Air is now on its fourth generation, sitting between the entry-level iPad (with no attachment to the name) and the high-end iPad Pro in terms of features and design. The newest model has a 10.9-inch display and Apple A14 Bionic chip, and normally starts at around $540-$550 for the 64GB model. Apple has now discounted all configurations of the iPad Air by $100, bringing the cheapest option down to $499.99. The sale is live at multiple stores, too.

The latest iPad Air (fourth-gen, released in 2020) has an Apple A14 Bionic chip with a ‘Neural Engine,’ a 10.9-inch LCD screen, a 12MP back camera, a 7MP front camera, Wi-Fi 6 support, and a USB Type-C port for charging and accessories. It also supports Apple’s Magic Keyboard, Smart Keyboard Folio, and 2nd-gen Apple Pencil — but all of those are sold separately.

    Apple iPad Air (Wi-Fi, 64GB)

    This is the cheapest iPad Air, with no cellular support and 64GB of storage. It's $500, $100 off the normal price.
    Apple iPad Air (Wi-Fi, 256GB)

    This model has 256GB of internal storage, but still no cellular support. It costs $650, $100 off the typical price.
    Apple iPad Air (Cellular, 64GB)

    This is the cheapest iPad Air with cellular connectivity. It's $630, $100 off the normal price.

This sale drops all models of the iPad Air down by $100, making the cheapest version just $500. You can also pick from all of the available colors, including Rose Gold, Space Gray, Silver, and Green. Some models or colors are sold out or back-ordered at certain stores — Amazon is showing “in stock soon” for the 64GB Wi-Fi model, for example, with some colors completely unavailable.

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Corbin Davenport
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Corbin is a tech journalist and software developer based in Raleigh, North Carolina. He's also the host of the Tech Tales podcast, which explores the history of the technology industry. Follow him on Twitter at @corbindavenport.