iPad Air 2 pre-orders have officially opened up ahead of the tablet’s formal release next week.
After some brief downtime for the online Apple Store, the Cupertino-based company’s latest tablet is now waiting for eager adopters. The refreshed 9.7-inch slate was unveiled just last night.
If you’re looking to throw down cash on the svelte slate, here’s our round-up of the best iPad Air 2 deals and prices.
The device also comes with the TouchID fingerprint sensor, first debuted on the iPhone 5S, and promises a 10-hour battery life.
“When we launched the iPad Air, just a year ago, we did so by showing that all this power was in a device slimmer than a pencil,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO.
Revealing the device, he added: “
The Wi-Fi-only model marks up at £399 for 16GB, £479 for 64GB, and £559 for 128GB.
The Wi-Fi and cellular models are all priced up higher at £499 for 16GB, £579 for 64GB, and £659 for 128GB.
Earlier today TrustedReviews exclusively learned from UK retailer John Lewis that the iPad Air 2 would be officially releasing next Wednesday, October 22.
The new device was unveiled alongside the iPad Mini 3. The teeny slate boasts just two updates from the iPad Mini 2 with Retina display, namely a fingerprint sensor and a new gold colour option.
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