Apple announces a new iPad Air with Apple’s most advanced chip, A14 Bionic

Apple has finally unveiled the new iPad Air today, that is very similar to company’s flagship iPad Pro. It does have a significant design changes from the previous one. This new iPad Air has thinner bezels all around the iPad just like to iPad Pro.

Apple’s new iPad Air looks like a refreshed scaled down version of the iPad Pro design, and it will be available next month priced from $599.

Apple is using a bigger 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display (2360 x 1640) on this new iPad Air. In order to fit in the thinner bezel display, they got rid of the front touch ID and integrated it into the power button, and no Face ID apparently.

The new iPad Air has the biggest change in the processor, it is now powered by A14 Bionic, which consist of 11.8 billion transistors and a 5nm chip with a six core CPU, it is expected to be 40% faster as compared to previous iPad Air. And will easily support and let you manage high end functionality like editing a 4K video and many more.

It is the most advanced chip that apple has ever made, with machine learning capabilities that will enhance the performance for better. Apple also demonstrated certain example by the developers, to tell you the how developer can use the best out of A14 Bionic chip and create more and more high end immersive apps.

Apple is also now switching the iPad Air to USB-C, that’ll support 5Gbps data transfer rate.

iPad Air now has the 12-megapixel rear camera from the iPad Pro and upgrading it with improved video stabilization, and a front-facing 7-megapixel FaceTime HD camera.

Apple has clearly refreshed the iPad Air to get the most of the Pro features in a very affordable price.