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Third-generation 2019 iPad Air

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Third-generation 2019 iPad Air is Apple‘s newest mid-to-high tier tablet, and falls just below the Pro line and just above the sixth-generation iPad, making it unexciting, but arguably the go-to tablet for the general consumer.

Apple in 2019 currently sells five different iPads, in five different price points. There’s the 9.7-inch iPad which sells for $329, the iPad mini which sells for $399, this new iPad Air at $499, and the two iPad Pros at $799 and $999 respectively. On the surface, that looks like a lot of iPad in Apple‘s lineup, but in 2019 maintaining a business that is just as large as the Mac, Apple has an iPad for everyone.

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The mini is aimed at those who prefer a smaller, more compact device. The 2018 9.7-inch iPad is the budget-friendly alternative that is aimed squarely at the education market. The iPad Pros are targeting those who want to get the most out of their tablet. Which leave the iPad Air —right in the middle.

This middle ground means at times it can feel underwhelming, and in certain areas, behind. That doesn’t make it any less a capable device, however. With solid specs, it will likely be —and should be —the tablet that most gravitate towards.

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