Among the new products, the iPad Air undoubtedly grabbed the show. It seems that the iPad Air will replace the existing iPad Pro 11, but there are some key differences between them. Let’s see what’s the differences between the iPad Pro and Air.
Regarding the color, the Pro only offers silver and space gray, but the iPad Air adds rose gold, sky blue and green to the list. These brighter colors seem to be aimed at a wider, less professional audience, and bring fresh air to the Apple tablet.
It is interesting that Apple brings the Touch ID back via the power button on the frame of iPad Air, instead of putting it in the Face ID module that iPad Pro has.
The iPad Air marks the debut of Apple’s A14 Bionic chip, which is the first processor in its history to be manufactured. It has a performance improvement of 40% better than the previous generation of 7nm chips. For the iPad Pro, it still uses the older A12Z Bionic chip. Compared with the six-core A14, the eight-core A12Z structure may have certain advantages.