iPad Air 2020 Discussions

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Source — https://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/tec...hure-reveals-new-design-touch-id-power-button
 

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Looks like power button touch ID, but iPad Pro form factor?
 

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Lol!

Seems like this is the new ipad strategy

1. Entry ipad - 10.5”
2. IPad mini - 8.5”
3. IPad Air - 11”
4. IPad Pro - 12.9” mini led

About right. Lol! Can trash all the androids
 

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Lol!

Seems like this is the new ipad strategy

1. Entry ipad - 10.5”
2. IPad mini - 8.5”
3. IPad Air - 11”
4. IPad Pro - 12.9” mini led

About right. Lol! Can trash all the androids
can compete with Tab S7+
 

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I thought iPad Air will release next year March. Cause that is the timeline for iPad to get refresh. Correct me if I am wrong.
 

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I thought iPad Air will release next year March. Cause that is the timeline for iPad to get refresh. Correct me if I am wrong.
You forget this year there is no iPad Air refresh. The current iPad Air we having is last year March. Apple iPad refresh except for the entry level one, refreshes 18-20 month so it make sense to refresh this model
 

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Not sure whether we will see iPad Air 4 and new iPad mini?
 

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No idea tonight is an announcement of the iPhone event or they will be announcing new products
 

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Is an iPad mini or a 10+ inch iPad more productive for wfh? I have some a few hundred dollars of shopping vouchers which will expire by end Nov, thinking of getting a new iPad with some top up.
 

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Is an iPad mini or a 10+ inch iPad more productive for wfh? I have some a few hundred dollars of shopping vouchers which will expire by end Nov, thinking of getting a new iPad with some top up.

If you are going to use the iPad while you are on a desk, seated down, on the couch or sofa, then a 10-11 inch iPad is a better experience.

If you are going to use the iPad while you are commuting, walking around the house a lot, moving around places, holding it one-handed, lying down in bed, then the mini is better.

I used to own a single 9.7" - 10.5" goldilocks size iPad but now I use a 12.9" and mini for the best of both world.
 

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If you are going to use the iPad while you are on a desk, seated down, on the couch or sofa, then a 10-11 inch iPad is a better experience.

If you are going to use the iPad while you are commuting, walking around the house a lot, moving around places, holding it one-handed, lying down in bed, then the mini is better.

I used to own a single 9.7" - 10.5" goldilocks size iPad but now I use a 12.9" and mini for the best of both world.

now comes the question, new iPad Air or iPad Pro :s13::s13::s13:
 

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hope they ditch the lighting port for USB-C in the new ipad air model
 

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What is the difference between air and pro beside the size/touch ID
 

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4 speakers are only reserved for the Pro series.
 
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