iPad Air 5 (2022) with M1 Chip Launched in Nepal: Price, Specs and Features

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With every new device on the market, we expect the company to invent something new and come up with new inventions instead what we get is the addition of new features to existing devices and new hardware. Similar is the case for the new iPad Air 2022, which is revamped version of the iPad 2020. But does it work better or are they making us fool to buy a new iPad Air 2022?

iPad Air 5 2022 Price in Nepal and Availability:

It is already available in Nepal and the price range varies for its two models on the basis of internal storage.

iPad Air 2022Price in Nepal
8GB/64GB, Wi-FiNPR 99,000/-
8GB/256GB, Wi-FiNPR 119,000/-

Specifications:

iPad air 2022
Dimensions & Weight247.6 x 178.5 x 6.1 mm
461 g
Display10.9 inches Liquid Retina IPS LCD
CPUApple M1
RAM & StorageUp to 8GB RAM, 64GB and 256 GB internal storage
Battery & ChargingLi-Ion (28.6 Wh), non-removable, 20W USB-C charger
SecurityIn-display fingerprint sensor
Rear Camera(s)Single Camera Setup, 12 MP, f/1.8, (wide)
Front Camera(s)12 MP, f/2.4, 122˚ (ultrawide)
Port(s)USB Type-C 3.1
AudioStereo Speakers
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0
SoftwareiPadOS 15.4

Display and Design:

  • 10.9-inch front display
  • Five colors: Space gray, Starlight, Pink, Blue, and Purple
  • 60Hz Refresh rate

The design has not been changed from its last version but it has a modern iPad look. The design of the iPad has never been an area to talk bad about and the same can be said for this as it is slim and boxy. This is available in five colors: Space gray, Starlight, Pink, Blue, and Purple.

It has a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina IPS LCD display screen on the front and has a weight of around 461 grams. The resolution of the front screen is 1640 x 2360 pixels and has Scratch-resistant glass for protection from any fall damage. The maximum brightness that can be achieved in this device is 500 nits and has an 81.3% screen-to-body ratio. 60Hz refresh rate is supported on iPad Air 2022.

Also Read: iPad Air 2022 vs iPad Air 2020 Detailed Comparison: Should You Upgrade?

Performance:

Like iPad Pro, it is also powered by the powerful Apple M1 chipset which has an octa-core setup and is faster and more efficient than the previous iPad Air. The operating system that it runs is iPadOS15 which can be upgraded up to iPadOS 15.4.1. iPad Air 2022 comes with 8 GB RAM and internal storage of 64GB and 256GB. You can choose between them when you think of buying them.

iPad Air 2020 Price in Nepal

Camera:

  • 12MP wide main camera
  • 12MP Selfie Camera
  • 4k@60 fps vedios

It has the same 12MP wide camera with an f/1.8 aperture as its predecessor iPad Air which is able to record 4K video at up to 60 frames per second with HDR features. It changed the front camera from its predecessor as iPad Air 2022 has a 12MP ultra-wide lens which offers a 122° field of vision. Its predecessor had a 7MP selfie camera. The front camera can record 1080p movies at 30 frames per second at any time.

Battery and other Specs:

  • 28.6Whr battery
  • 20W USB Type C charger
  • Fingerprint sensor

Talking about the battery for iPad Air 2022, it comes with a 28.6Whr battery which can not be removed. it comes with a 20W USB Type C charger and you can hope to get 10 hours plus video watch time before it runs out of battery.

It comes with a fingerprint sensor for security and it has other features like an accelerometer, gyro, compass, and barometer. Stereo speakers are available for audio support but like many others, it does not have a 3.5 mm jack port. This tablet supports Wi-Fi 6 which has a fast throughput speed.

Read about: How to Watch IPL 2022 Live Stream Online: Free Apps and Websites

Verdict:

Should you buy iPad Air 2022? if you are tired of your last iPad and want to experience extremely fast performance then you can go after it because it Apple M1 chipset. If you are thinking of buying a brand new iPad and if this is your first time then you can definitely go for this because it has the same price as the last version.

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