The new iPad mini is everything we expect from a mini; thin, light and ‘pocketable’. But it’s now so much more with this new variant. Not only does it support the first-generation Apple Pencil, it has up to 9 hours of battery life and now holds an A12 bionic chip with Neural Engine. Put simply, it packs a serious punch and you can work from all day. And it’s not all about size, either. Apple have packed over 3 million pixels in the mini’s 7.9-inch retina display, so the quality will never dip.
Whilst the new iPad Air is tipped as Apple’s most powerful iPad Air so far packed into a thin and light deign at just 456 grams and 6.1 millimetres thin. So, carrying all that power is effortless. Plus, it also supports the first-generation Apple Pencil so you can turn iPad Air into your notepad, canvas or just about anything else you can imagine. Find out more about both in the briefing pack here.
Both products are available in 64GB and 256GB memory configurations, and in Space Grey, Silver and Gold finishes.