iPad Air 4 ports
The iPad Air 4 ditches Apple’s Lightning port for USB-C, so you can charge it with the same cable you charge your MacBook.
Apple is including a 20W USB-C charging brick (a slight upgrade from the 18W charger in the iPad Pro’s box). USB-C, Apple said, will allow for 10x faster data transfer than Lightning afforded.
The iPad Air 4’s screen is pretty neat, but it’s not exactly the same screen you get with the iPad Pro. Its 2360 by 1640-pixel Liquid Retina display measures 10.9 inches diagonally, and uses LED backlighting.
For color output, it pumps out hues at the P3 wide color band, and its True Tone tech will automatically adjust your screen’s white balance based on ambient lighting.
Apple says the iPad Air 4 gets as bright as 500 nits of brightness, and that it’s got an antireflective coating for 1.8% reflectivity — so glare doesn’t get you down.
This is all great, but the iPad Pro stays above the iPad Air 4 because of its 120Hz ProMotion display refresh rate, for smoother animations.
iPad Air 4 performance
Most notably, the new iPad Air 4 is the first of Apple’s devices to get a 5nm processor, the A14 Bionic chip. It’s got a 64-bit architecture and includes the Neural Engine, and its 11.8 billions transistors and 6-core architecture enable significant leaps in performance.
Apple noted that the iPad Air 4 will have Air 4 will have a 40% improvement in CPU performance from the 6-core design, and a 30% jump in graphics from its new 4-core graphics architecture.
A second app demo let one of the folks behind the Pixelmator Photo editing app show how powerful their application is with the A14 chip. Just like in TV shows and movies, you can now zoom and enhance shots, for better crops, with the ML Super Resolution feature.
iPad Air 4 Apple Pencil and Magic Keyboard
Maybe my favorite part of the iPad Air 4 is that it supports the best of Apple’s accessories: the 2nd Gen Apple Pencil — which magnetically docks to the side to charge
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