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All new iPad Air

iPad Air

iPad Air

iPad Air

iPad Air

iPad Air

iPad Air

iPad Air

iPad Air

iPad Air

iPad Air

iPad Air

iPad Air

Apple revealed the fifth generation of the iPad today, distinguishing it from the still-in production iPad 2 with a new name, calling it the iPad Air.
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The new iPad Air deserves its name, coming in at just 1 pound, lighter than the almost 2-pound iPad.
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Apple reduced the size of the bezel around the Retina display by 43 percent.
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About 2 millimeters were shaved off the thickness to make the iPad Air.
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It measures an extremely thin 7.5 millimeters (0.3-inch).
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The iPad Air has a 5-megapixel iSight camera on the rear that Apple says takes improved low light shots.
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The iPad Air runs the A7 chip, which Apple says makes it 8 times faster than the previous generation.
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The iPad Air goes for $499 with Wi-Fi and 16GB of storage, and $629 for the cellular-connected version.
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