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With the fast-approaching sixth-gen iPad mini all but guaranteed to squeeze Apple‘s premium iPad Air design into a compact 8-inch or so body and the actual fifth-gen iPad Air widely expected to bring a major display upgrade to the table relatively soon, you might be wondering if the 2020-released iPad Air is still worth buying nowadays.
Normally priced at $599 and up, the Apple A14 Bionic-powered 10.9-incher has been discounted by up to $50 in its entry-level configuration many times in the last few months, and that’s precisely how much you can save right now on Amazon too.
In case you’re wondering, all the other non-cellular-enabled 256 gig models are on sale at a considerably humbler 50 bucks less than usual. Finally, $50 also happens to be the most you can shave off the regular price of Apple’s LTE-supporting iPad Air (2020) if you don’t have a problem opting for a rose gold flavor with 64 gigs of local digital hoarding room or a 256GB storage version in a space gray paint job.