iPad Air 3 Proves It Can Be Powerful And Budget Friendly At The Same Time

According to latest reports that are yet to be confirmed, Apple will be launching three new iPads two months from now. Based on a news, one of the iPad variants that the brand will release is a 9.7-inch iPad with an A9 processor, and it is expected to be the iPad Air 3. We have gathered all the rumors and leaks of details about the much-awaited iPad Air 3.  Check the details below.

Apple iPad Air 3 Is Said To Have A More Affordable Price

Rumors have been rounding up that the alleged 9.7-inch iPad that Apple will launch will be a cheaper model and will use the processor chip currently being used by the iPad Pro. On the other hand, this latest development contradicts earlier reports suggesting that Apple is already killing its iPad Air series.  The post presumes that it's a sensible move for Apple, much more if the speculated device will, indeed, be sold at a more affordable price. It will also almost assuredly feature both 16GB and 32GB choices with prices start roughly at $600 depending on the variant.

Apple iPad Air 3 Expected Specs And Features

Reports dating back from October 2016 said that an iPad Air 3 may release in March 2017, which is continuing to spread now. Some may claim that the last Air-branded tablet from Apple. It was also rumored the tablet would have a thinner body, perhaps down to just 5mm, powered by an Apple A9X processor, and a pair of enhanced cameras. The new iPad Pro to feature a 12-megapixel camera, it seems unlikely that Apple would want to outdo its top-notch iPad Pro by making the Air 3 with a better camera. 8-megapixels is, therefore, a good guess when talks about the rear-facing camera. In addition, water and dust resistance were also mentioned, along with a higher resolution screen.The iPad Air 3 will more likely to ship with an Apple Pencil, competing with other tablet makers such as Microsoft's Surface range, and also to support 3D Touch technology on a 4K screen.


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