Score Apple's latest iPad Air at its lowest price with this New Year deal

Ipad Air 2020 Blue Bf
Ipad Air 2020 Blue Bf

If you missed out on Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on the all-new iPad Air late last year, this New Year sale on the 2020 device gives you one more chance to snag it for its best price to date.

Down to $559 for the silver and sky blue 64GB models, this is a match for the lowest we've ever seen it go at $40 off. Some other colors are also on sale at $30 off. Walmart has similar deals if the color you want is not on sale at Amazon or if you prefer to pick up in store.

Apple iPad Air (2020)

Apple iPad Air (2020)

The 2020 iPad Air features a new, iPad Pro-inspired design, larger 10.9-inch display, A14 Bionic chip, and new colors. The silver and sky blue 64GB models are seeing the best savings with some other models at $30 off.

There's no risk that you'll confuse the previous-gen iPad Air with the 2020 model even at a glance. The new model features a dramatically redesigned chassis, taking its design cues from the current iPad Pro, with flat edges and an edge-to-edge display with rounded corners. Thanks to the redesign, the display size has also been upped from 10.5 inches to 10.9 inches.

In adopting the iPad Pro design language, the iPad Air has also ditched the home button that has been present on Air models since 2013. Instead of Face ID in the iPad Pro, the 2020 iPad Air features a Touch ID fingerprint sensor built into the sleep/wake button. There's support for the second-gen Apple Pencil, too.

Our iPad Air review praised the new design and high-end features that have made their way to the Air line, as well as the balance of features and affordable price (compared to the iPad Pro). Out pals at Android Central even love it.

Since the new iPad Air was only recently announced and this is an all-time low price, you're going to see a slight delay in it arriving at your door. If you don't want to wait for it, be sure to check out our list of the best iPad deals for some alternative promotions.

Adam Oram

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.