Apple’s fifth-generation iPad, the new iPad Air (aka iPad 5) was announced today as complete replacement to the fourth-generation iPad alongside the Retina update to the iPad mini . Despite heated rumors, the iPad Air doesn’t have the TouchID fingerprint sensor or board but comes with slimmer and lighter overall design.
The iPad Air’s weight and slimness are two of its most significant new features. A new A7 chip inside, which also comes with the M7 motion coprocessor, makes the iPad Air eight times faster than the iPad 4, according to Apple. So, in terms of graphics, that means it is 72 times faster than the original iPad in GPU performance.
|Picture of iPad 5 (iPad Air)|
Powered by iOS 7, it boasts an 9.7″ IPS LCD display; features 5-megapixel iSight camera on the rear and a 1.2MP front camera. As with past models, the iPad will come in both Wi-Fi and cellular versions that support LTE.
According to iPad Air review on CNet, the prices for the iPad 5 in USA start at $499 for a 16GB Wi-Fi version, with the cellular model coming in at $629 (for 16GB). The 128GB Wifi version and celuular version will cost $799 and $929 respectively.
So, How Much is iPad Air in Nigeria?
You can check the latest price and buy the iPad Air in Nigeria here .