This year’s iPhone generation just kept being pushed back and back due to reasons largely outside of Apple’s control. But not only has the recent announcement of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro been coming for a long time, but we were even treated to a sweet bonus in the form of the new iPad Air (2020) model.
The tablet in question might actually give some lighter iPad Pro variants a run for their money, and so it is perhaps even the more interesting, if completely unexpected, part of Apple’s last keynote. Well, all three of these devices are available to buy in the United States as of today.
And all three come with the A14 Bionic chipset, an improvement over even the A12Z Bionic found inside this year’s iPad Pro models. Apple reported on today’s release date with a dash of positivity, saying everthing went well in both the U.S. and Canada. If you have pre-ordered any of the new devices in recent days, expect your new gadget to arrive to your doorstep in the next couple of days, tops.
Assuming a courier did not already come knocking earlier today, naturally. Apple did not give up on offline sales entirely for the release day, but it did what it could to downscale them as much as possible. So, no camping in line this time around, only Apple Express storefronts with masked retail workers – as a health precaution, naturally.