Apple 2022 iPad Air M1 Chip 64GB is selling on Amazon at a 10% Off

If you are looking for an iPad, we would say now is a good time as Amazon is offering 10% off on Apple 2022 iPad Air with M1 Chip 5th generation. Apple recently launched its M2 Pro and M2 Max chips which some say is a powerful chipsets. 

Now let’s talk about the offer for which you guys are here.

Amazon India is giving a flat 10% discount on Apple 2022 iPad Air with M1 Chip. We checked the current price of this tablet which is ₹59,900, so after the discount, you will get this for ₹53,900. Plus there is another offer if you have an HSBC credit card which will save you another ₹250 in form of a cashback. The offer that we are talking about is only on the WIFI version of it with 64GB of ROM.

Now let’s talk about some of the features you will get with this 2022 iPad Air

If we talk about the chip, you would have already guessed that this is powered by an M1 chip. This 2022 iPad Air with an M1 chip has a geek bench score of 1702 on single-core and 7143 on multicore. As Apple claims that this is 2X faster graphics and a 60% faster CPU than the previous generation. This comes with 10.9 inches of Liquid Retina display1 with True Tone, P3 wide color, and an anti-reflective coating

For the camera, this iPad comes with a  12MP ultra-wide front camera along with the same 12MP  wide back camera that captures 4K video. This iPad supports Wifi 6 and you can also draw your imagination on it via Apple Pencil support.

It is available in 5 colors namely Blue, Pink, Purple, Space Grey, and Starlight. This iPad comes in 2 combinations one is 64GB ROM and the other is 256GB ROM. However, the offer that we have stated above is available on the 64GB variant.




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