Finally '5th generation iPad Air' equipped with M1 haste photo review

On March 18, 2022 (Friday), Apple released the new iPad '

5th generation iPad Air ' equipped with M1. I immediately got the Wi-Fi + Cellular model of the 5th generation iPad Air, so I took a closer look at the appearance.

iPad Air-Apple (Japan)

The 5th generation iPad Air vanity case looks like this.

Inside is the 5th generation iPad Air body wrapped in film.

Below the main unit was a guidebook, a USB Type-C charging cable, and a 20W USB Type-C power adapter.

The main body looks like this. The color is space gray. The size is 247.6 mm (vertical) x 178.5 mm (horizontal) x 6.1 mm (thickness).

The actual weight is 458g.

A 12MP ultra-wide-angle front camera is placed on the upper bezel of the surface.

On the back side, the main camera, Apple logo, and the magnet terminal 'Smart Connector' for connecting the Smart Keyboard are arranged.

The main camera is a 12MP wide-angle camera.

A top button with Touch ID and 2 speakers are placed on the top.

Two speakers and a USB Type-C port are located on the bottom.

From the bottom on the right side is the Nano-SIM tray (Cellular model only), magnetic connector, and volume control button.

Nano-SIM tray has a single slot.

There is nothing in particular on the left side.

When I actually bring it, it looks like this.

When I turn on the power, it looks like this.

Comparing the 5th generation iPad Air with the iPhone 13 Pro, Pixel 6 Pro, and transportation IC card, it looks like this.

Comparing the 5th generation iPad Air (left) with the '

4th generation iPad Air (right)', which has exactly the same vertical and horizontal thickness, it looks like this.

There is a slight change in the design on the back side, and the engraved product name has changed from 'iPad' to 'iPad Air'.

After this, I will post a review that I actually tried using the 5th generation iPad Air.

in Review,   Hardware, Posted by log1p_kr