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New iPad Air 6: what we want to see

New iPad Air 6- Even though the most recent iPad Air is just a few months old, we’re eagerly anticipating the release of Apple’s next mid-range tablet.

This isn’t the next iPad; instead, the iPad (2022), iPad Mini (2022), and iPad Pro (2022) will probably all be released first. However, many individuals who might not want those other gadgets prefer the Air line.

The iPad Air tablets from Apple are below the Pro series and have sleek designs but less powerful screens and processors. They’re decent choices for those who want a high-end tablet but don’t want or don’t want to spend as much money on everything the Pro offers.

As previously said, the first iPad Air was released in the beginning of 2022, but Apple is probably already working on the sixth-generation model, which might debut in 2023 but is probably coming much later. We will outline all we know and what we hope to see in this section.

iPad Air 6 release date and price

We don’t have any verified or even speculated information on the potential release date or price of the upcoming iPad Air, but we can make some educated assumptions.

It seems sense that the following iPad Air will also be released two years after the fourth and fifth generations. That would put the release window in the first half of 2024, which is a long way off.

The pricing will probably be the same as the last one, which started at $599/£569/AU$929 but went higher for additional storage.

iPad Air 6: what we want to see

1. A more recognizable identity

The 2022 iPad Air’s major flaw is that it is too similar to the iPad Pro. The majority of purchasers will find it difficult to decide which model to purchase or which is better for them; in fact, the Pro model becomes rather superfluous due to its reduced price.

To avoid becoming too identical to the Pro, Apple will need to find a better method to differentiate the next iPad Air.

Perhaps it will receive a cheaper pricing and a more mid-range feature sheet to make it more affordable.

2. Extra storage

The newest iPad Airs come with 64GB of storage as standard, which is insufficient for a tablet with a high-end CPU.

It is not quite apparent why this version even exists given that it is insufficient to download a large number of games or an abundance of data for editing or working on.

It also makes the pricing appear a little dishonest; although the $599 / £569 / AU$929 entry price sounds reasonable, no one would actually buy it at that price if it just has a little amount of storage capacity.

3. An enhanced battery

The battery life wasn’t very good on the previous iPad Air, or most other iPads, if we’re being really honest. It wasn’t excellent, but it wasn’t horrible either.

You need a device that will last a long time if you want to work while roaming through coffee shops or carry your iPad to your studio to utilise as a second screen. The iPads of today don’t always do that.

To increase the likelihood that this will appear on our list of the best iPads, we’d like the next-generation model to utilize a larger battery, potentially in conjunction with certain improvements to make the most of that power.

Conclusion

iPad Air tablets are below the Pro series and have sleek designs but less powerful screens and processors. Apple is probably already working on the sixth-generation model, which might debut in 2023. The pricing will probably be the same as the last one, which started at $599/£569/AU$929. The iPad Air’s major flaw is that it is too similar to the iPad Pro. To avoid becoming too identical to the Pro, Apple will need to find a better method to differentiate the next iPad Air. Perhaps it will receive a cheaper pricing and a more mid-range feature sheet to make it more affordable.

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