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Both on paper and in real-life use, the late 2020-released iPad Air is without a doubt one of the best tablets money can buy. But while the 10.9-inch model is obviously cheaper than the slightly older (and slightly more advanced) 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pros with LiDAR scanner technology in tow, we wouldn’t go so far as to call its $599 starting price truly affordable.
Although a 9 percent markdown may not feel dramatic either for a lot of prospective buyers, digital hoarders seeking a new slate with a (relatively) modern design, stellar battery life, versatile USB-C connectivity, and incredibly powerful stereo speakers should be happy to see the 256GB Wi-Fi-only variant of the fourth-gen iPad Air fetching a lower than ever price.
In case you’re wondering, the 64GB configuration is also reduced by a modest but not completely insignificant 50 bucks in a single blue hue, with green and rose gold colors setting you back $40 less than usual, and lastly, $30 slashed off the list price of silver and space gray versions.
Unfortunately, there are no meaningful discounts whatsoever to be had right now on cellular-enabled units with either 64 or 256 gigs of internal storage space, so you’ll just have to make do with Wi-Fi connectivity… if you want to save a few bucks.