Apple introduced multiple new products earlier this month at its “Peek Performance” event, including the iPad Air 5, Mac Studio, and the Studio Display. Now that customers can get their hands on these products, some Apple execs shared details in new interviews about how and why they were created.
iPad Air 5 Stories March 23
iPad Air 5 Stories March 16
Following reviews of the new iPhone SE on Monday, the first reviews of Apple’s iPad Air 5 have now been published. With a new (overpowered?) M1 chip inside, an upgraded Center Stage front-facing camera, and more, there’s a lot to like about this new iPad Air. Head below as we round up some of the first reviews.
iPad Air 5 Stories March 14
Apple last week introduced the fifth generation iPad Air featuring the M1 chip, 5G connectivity, and Center Stage. While keeping the same design as the last generation, iPad Air 5 comes in new colors and also with new wallpapers – and you can download them for your devices right here.
iPad Air 5 Stories March 11
After being announced at the “Peek Performance” event on Tuesday, the iPad Air 5 is now available for pre-order with prices starting at $599. Shoppers can choose either 64GB or 256GB of storage and the option to have Wi-Fi and 5G Cellular or Wi-Fi only. The first pre-orders will arrive Friday March 18 and will be available in Apple Stores the same day.
iPad Air 5 Stories March 9
The iPad Air 5 is finally here. With the powerful M1 chip, as first reported by 9to5Mac, this new iPad also comes with 5G support, new colors, and more. Here’s everything Apple didn’t tell you about this product during the keynote.
iPad Air 5 Stories March 8
Apple’s new Studio Display is unsurprisingly proving to be very popular among Apple faithful, as evident from the slipping shipment times that are pushing orders back to April.
The Studio Display is compatible with a large swath of Mac computers, dating back to the 2016 MacBook Pro, alongside a few USB-C-enabled iPads as well. But conspicuously missing is support for the previous-generation iPad Air and the latest iPad mini, both of which sport USB-C ports. Why the lack of support for these devices?
iPad Air 5 Stories March 3
Apple’s iPad Air 4 has been easy to recommend since its launch in October 2020, but that could change with the rumored iPad Air 5 looming. Apple gave us a preview of what to expect for the next-gen iPad Air when it released a beefed up iPad mini 6 last fall. So what should we expect from a new iPad Air in 2022? Here’s everything we know so far…
Update: Apple has officially announced its next product event where the iPad Air 5 is expected to be unveiled. ‘Peek Performance’ will take place on Tuesday, March 8, at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, and 9to5Mac will have full coverage. We expect to know when the iPad Air 5 is available to purchase and deliver during that hour, so tune in!