Apple’s new tablet Air is going to look different, with a slightly different design and a few features that aren ‘air’.

The first of these is that it will come with an Apple-designed keyboard.

And with that, we have a lot to look forward to in terms of iPad Airs design and functionality.

Read moreAppleInsider was kind enough to take a look at the design of the new iPad Air, and while we’ll never really know for sure what exactly Apple is going for, the design is certainly a departure from the iPad Air 2 and the iPad Mini 3.

As such, we’ll be keeping a close eye on the device’s design and features over the coming weeks to see how they compare to previous iPad Air models.

AppleInsiders first impressionThe design of Apple’s newest tablet is really unique, with an elegant, curved body with rounded edges, a glass edge-to-edge display and a metal back.

The iPad Air features a 4.5-inch 1920×1200-pixel display, a 2048×1536-pixel OLED display, 1GB of RAM, 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.

The iPad Air is very much an ‘Air’ tablet, with the device being thin and light, with only a single USB-C port on the back of the device.

There’s also a microSD card slot that you can expand to a 128GB card, but that’s not an issue for most people.

The tablet has an IP68 rating, meaning that it’s water and dust resistant, but there’s also some minor wear to the tablet when dropped or dropped and scratched.

The tablet also has a 1.2GHz dual-core ARM processor and 512MB of RAM on board.

It’s clocked at 1.7GHz, with 2GB of memory and 32GB of storage.

The device has a 16GB of internal storage and supports up to 32GB and 128GB of SD memory cards, as well as 256GB of expandable storage.

There are no Thunderbolt ports on the iPad, but Apple has included a Lightning-to, Lightning-and Micro-USB-to connector for charging.

The Air has a MicroSD card reader and the Lightning port is located at the top of the tablet.

The screen on the new tablet is a 12.5:9 IPS display with a pixel density of 326ppi.

It has a 1080p resolution and a 0.2ms response time.

The new iPad has an integrated fingerprint reader, and it works with any iOS device that supports the Apple Pencil.

The new iPad is also IP68 certified.

The Apple Pen, however, will not function on the redesigned iPad Air.

The device’s back has a matte finish and it has an embedded battery indicator.

There’s no microSD slot on the tablet, but the device has 256GB internal storage, up to 128GB and an external storage slot.

The display is covered by a single aluminum shell, which is matte and has a single fingerprint reader.

The aluminum body also has an aluminum back, but it’s matte and does not have a fingerprint reader on the top.

The Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book also support the new Pencil on their devices, and the Surface Pro 7 is the first Surface Pro tablet with an integrated Pencil support.

Apple has added a number of other additions to the new device, including a 3.5mm headphone jack and an IR blaster for controlling Apple TV.

The keyboard also now has a touchpad on the right side of the keyboard, and there are three physical keys on the left side of each keyboard.

There is a 5.5 megapixel rear camera on the front of the iPad.

The iPhone XS Max is Apple’s top-end tablet with a 1,440 x 900-pixel IPS display, an 8MP front-facing camera and a 5MP rear camera.

The screen has a 2560 x 1440-pixel resolution, a 326ppis pixel density and an aspect ratio of 16:9.

The processor is a dual-channel quad-core Core i7-6820HK.

The 10.5 inch screen has an IPS panel with a 320ppi pixel density, and an 18:9 aspect ratio.

The CPU is a 2.0GHz dual core Intel Core i5-7200U processor, which can manage tasks at a 2GHz or 5GHz speed.

The RAM is 4GB, which you can add to the device up to 256GB, up the display’s storage to 128Gb, and you can use either 128GB or 256GB external storage.

Apple has also included an SD card slot, which adds to the iPad’s 64GB internal space.

The overall screen resolution is 1,920 x 1,080.

It features a 1920 x 1200 pixel display.

The internal storage size is 128GB.

There isn’t a headphone jack on the newly-released iPad Air but