iPad Air 2019 replaces 2017 iPad Pro 10.5, not $329 iPad
The old Pro has disappeared from the Apple Store.
Lori GruninSenior Editor / Advice
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The fresh iPad Air has pushed the 10.5-inch iPad Pro from 2017 into the dustbin of
history. It disappeared from the Apple Store this morning after the debut of the more powerful new iPad Air, which is the same size and offers similar or better specs than its Pro predecessor. Plus, the modern update of the 10.5-inch Pro -- with an 11-inch display, thanks to smaller bezels -- debuted last October.