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The new 2022 Apple iPad Air is on sale at Amazon for $29 off—shop this rare deal today

You can already get the 2022 Apple iPad Air on sale at Amazon today.

Because Apple products rarely go on sale, especially brand new Apple releases, this Amazon deal for the 2022 Apple iPad Air is worth grabbing. The new tablet was just released this month and is already reduced from its original list price of $599 for the 64GB Wi-Fi version and $749 for the 256GB to just $569.99 and $719.99, respectively, saving you $29.01 for either option.

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The Amazon sale price applies to all five color options of the sleek and feature-rich tablet, including blue, pink, purple, space gray and starlight. The 2022 Apple iPad Air has plenty of new features compared to the 2020 model that we called our all-time favorite tablet and one of the absolute best Apple products you can buy. Like the 2020 version, it has a 10.9-inch liquid retina display, aluminum body, front-facing camera, USB-C charging and fun colored finishes. But, its M1 chip is much faster and more powerful, which will come in handy when using graphics-heavy apps, playing games, multitasking and more.

There's also a new 12MP ultra-wide camera on the front with a wider field-of-view, great for FaceTime and other video apps, or even stunning selfies. Thanks to the new iPadOS 15 operating system, Apple's Center Stage feature can track you as you move so you always stay in the middle of the frame during a video call or virtual meeting. The iPad Air is perfect for work or pleasure thanks to its all-day battery life, stereo landscape speakers and Touch ID for quickly unlocking the iPad, logging into apps and securely paying for products with Apple Pay.

Bottom line: The 2022 Apple iPad Air is the most powerful Apple tablet to date while this Amazon deal is not a huge price cut, Apple products don't often sell for under Apple's set pricing, making this sale worth taking advantage of. Plus, every bit counts. Take those savings and put the funds towards a cool new case for the tablet, Apple Pencil or an extra charging cable to complete your purchase.

Get the 2022 Apple iPad Air in 64GB for $569.99 or 256GB for $719.99 (Save $29.01).

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