Apple iPad Air Price List June, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

The Apple iPad Air is a tablet that has a IPS 1536 x 2048pixels display with 264ppi. It is powered by a Dual Core processor. When you need it, it also has a 5MP rear camera. The iPadAir comes with 8600mAh of battery capacity and released on 2013.
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The Apple iPad Air is a tablet that has a IPS 1536 x 2048pixels display with 264ppi. It is powered by a Dual Core processor. When you need it, it also has a 5MP rear camera. The iPadAir comes with 8600mAh of battery capacity and released on 2013. Read more
Screen Size

9.7"

Battery Capacity

8600mAh

Rear Camera

5MP

Weight

469g

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Cheapest Apple iPad Air Price in Philippines is ₱ 46,840.00

The Apple iPad Air is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Apple iPad Air price in Philippines is ₱ 46,840.00 from Lazada. Apple iPad Air price details are updated June 2021.

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Price List by Country for Apple iPad Air

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 5,999.00 ₱ 37,655.00
Indonesia IDR 2.400.000 ₱ 8,097.00
Malaysia MYR 2,849.00 ₱ 33,375.00
Philippines PHP 46,840.00 ₱ 46,840.00
Singapore SGD 161.37 ₱ 5,847.00
Thailand THB 19,900 ₱ 30,472.00
Vietnam VND 3.890.000 ₱ 8,225.00

Apple iPad Air Price in Philippines by Variants

Apple iPad Air Specs

Display
Screen Size 9.7"
Display Resolution 1536 x 2048pixels
Screen Technology IPS
Pixel Density 264ppi
Battery
Battery Capacity 8600mAh
Battery Type Li-Polymer
Charging Normal Charging
Camera
Rear Camera 5MP
Video Resolution Full HD
Front Camera 1.2MP
Face Detection Yes
HDR HDR
Camera Lenses Single Camera
Auto Focus Yes
Design
Weight 469g
Dimensions 240 x 169.5 x 7.5mm
Processor
CPU Apple A7 (28 nm)
CPU Speed 1.3GHz
Processor Core Dual Core
Memory
RAM 1GB
Connectivity
SIM Nano-SIM
Connector Port Micro USB
Cellular Network LTE
Bluetooth Yes
Navigation Yes
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n
Software
OS iOS
OS Version 7
Features
Pen Support No
Keyboard Support No
Mouse Support No
Fingerprint No

Everything you need to know about the iPad Air

Looking to get an iPad Air in the Philippines? Then you have come to the right place. The iPad Air in the Philippines features some of the latest in smartphone technology from Apple. If you would like to learn more about what the iPad Air can offer then do read on to find out more.

The Apple Cutting-Edge Display Screen

The iPad Air sports a huge 9.7 inch liquid retina display with a display resolution of 1536x2048 pixels. The huge 9.7 inch display comes equipped with the latest screen technology too, offering a visual delight to the senses with its LCD display that features deep inky blacks and rich vibrant colors for you to enjoy your favorite content in.

Take beautiful pictures with the iPad Air

One of the biggest upgrades seen on the iPad is its camera. Featuring a single camera setup on the rear consisting of a 5MP main camera , the Apple iPad Air is now regarded as a photographer's best companion for taking photos on the go. Users should be able to experience a commendable low-light performance from one of the current generation iPad that is available, as well as being able to take an ultra wide range of photo styles especially with the 5MP feature.

Sim card and USB capability

One of the latest generation iPad on the market today also comes with Sim card capabilities right out of the box with the ability for users to insert a 2nd Sim card in the new iPad for all their Sim card needs readily available. The ability to insert a 2nd Sim card will bode well for users who need to use two Sim cards for their daily needs. Other than that, the iPad also comes with USB capabilities such as the ability for the iPad to use the microUSB connection on their iPad.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Apple iPad Air Philippines

Is the Apple iPad Air good?

The Apple iPad Air is a premium tablet from Apple and is suitable for being used as your daily driver to power you through the day. The unique camera setup from the iPad Air will allow you to have a greater depth of field when capturing your photos, thus providing you with a greater set of tools to refine your photo taking endeavors. It also has a large battery capacity so that you can use it for extended periods of time without charging as often. The iPad Air also comes equipped with a gorgeous LCD display which makes it a joy to watch your favorite content on. Also, the Apple iPad sports a fingerprint scanner so you can easily unlock your phone with a touch of your finger on the fingerprint scanner.

How big is the battery on the Apple iPad?

The iPad model sports a non-removable 8,600mAh battery which means that you will be able to use the device for an entire day without charging if you are a light power user. If you are a heavy power user, then the device with its 8,600mAh battery will still be able to go on without charging.

What specs does the Apple iPad Air have?

The iPad features the following specs, keyboard functionality, bluetooth functionality, multiple keyboards setup, iPad accessories compatibility, 1.2MP front camera, true tone functionality, intuitive design, cellular functionality, and many more.

Where do I purchase the iPad Air?

You can purchase the iPad Air product by visiting the iprice.ph website and select any of the products that you fancy. You'll then be redirected to a merchant that offers the selected product. Once you've confirmed your order, simply make the payment using the payment method of your choice. Upon checking out, all you need to do is to wait for your purchased product to safely arrive at your doorstep.

Reviews of Apple iPad Air

unbox.ph
Reviewed on 2013-11-16
iPad Air Full Review!When Steve Jobs first unveiled the iPad in 2010 he probably had a lot of things he wanted to improve with it. In hindsight while the first generation iPad was a game changer, it was actually clunky, heavy, and a bit slow (especially w...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2013-11-05
The 9.7-inch iPad gets its most drastic design revamp since 2010 and comes with a thinner, lighter and more compact form factor. In addition, it runs on Apple's latest A7 processor which is based on a 64-bit architecture.The iPad ecosystem has never been ...
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techcrunch.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-28
Apple introduced two new iPads this month at a special event in San Francisco on October 22, and the first of those to go on sale is the iPad Air, which is in stores and on virtual shelves this Friday, November 1. After a week with Apple's newest 9.7-inch...
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ilounge.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-04
A comprehensively superior replacement for 2012's thirdand fourthgeneration iPads, packing almost twice as much horsepower and noteworthy extra battery life into a considerably narrower and lighter body. Easier to hold than any prior fullsized iPad, and n...
Industrial design is new to fullsized iPad but highly familiar given last year's iPod touch and iPad mini releases, feeling lighter than past 9.7” iPads but heavier than iPad minis, and still not comfortable for truly extended handholding; stands are requ...
Late last year, Apple released two cosmetically and electronically similar iOS devices, the 7.9”-screened iPad mini tablet and 4”-screened fifth-generation iPod touch media player. Sharing the same chamfered aluminum chassis and many similar internal comp...
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barefeats.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-29
SHOOTOUT: iPad Air 2 versusiPad Air and iPhone 6 PlusPosted Wednesday, October 29th, 2014 by rob-ART morgan, mad scientistIn addition to comparing the the iPad Air 2 to the iPad Air, we have added the iPhone 6 Plus.Geekbench 3 simulates real-world workloa...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-21
A few years ago, it was easy to scoff at the idea of using tablets for productivity. The hardware was too weak, and the software was too limited, so turning a tablet into a work device made sense only for a few fringe users.But things have changed since A...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-06
Since the introduction of the first iPad in 2010, tablets have taken off faster than any other piece of technology in recent history. Dozens of manufacturers make dozens of sizes of tablets, but they all share the same common ground: they are touchscreen ...
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newatlas.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-28
With the iPad Air having been on store shelves as long as a child lives in the womb, we thought this would be a good time to take another look at Apple's premiere tablet. Though we reviewed it shortly after getting our hands on it, why not revisit the iPa...
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gottabemobile.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-07
A week ago, Apple released its latest iOS 7 update in the form of iOS 7.1.2 , a small fix update aimed at fixing iOS 7.1 problems. While small, these bug fix updates often bring more trouble than they're worth. After spending a week with the new iOS 7.1.2...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2014-06-24
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is so much like Apple's iPad, it's kinda scary. Samsung's flagship tablet is thin and light, has an extremely high-res screen, and it comes in two sizes. The Tab S is clearly meant to challenge Apple directly, with a large-size 10...
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gottabemobile.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-28
Last week, Apple pushed out its first update to the iOS 7.1 update that rolled out back in March. The update arrived in the form of iOS 7.1.1 and it brings iOS 7 users several bug fixes. After spending a week with Apple's brand new iOS 7.1.1 update , we w...
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tabletpcreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-06
Quite a number of companies make add-on keyboards for the Apple iPad Air, and each has a unique design. Sharkk's sets itself apart from the pack with a design that lets users easily flip between landscape and portrait orientations.It's also dramatically c...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-03
Sony is no stranger to making tablets. Its first efforts in the field were somewhat rough around the edges and couldn't make much of an impact on the market, but that didn't stop the Japanese tech giant from launching new, better models. Eventually, th...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-01
Think of this as the bigger version of our iPad mini with Retina display vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 comparison smackdown. No, the comparison and video smackdown aren't larger, but today's...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-17
A7 chip offers fast performance, Thinner and lighter than before, Global LTE support, Long battery life
Touch ID not included, Retina display is good, but no longer the best
Remember "thinnovation"? That was Apple's tagline when it first introduced the MacBook Air, a laptop so skinny it could fit in a manila envelope. Six years later, the company did something similar with its tablet lineup by introducing the iPad Air. As its...
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gottabemobile.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-03
Do you know that feeling you get when you sit down for a good meal in an expensive restaurant and every moment of the experience just feels right? Those nights that begin with a wait staff telling you about the specials with such care and attention that t...
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infoworld.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-25
There's no question that you'll get a thrill the first time you pick up the iPad Air. It's so much more holdable, even in just one hand, than the previous full-size iPads. The new iPad has shed a quarter of the old weight, has the nicer-feeling case desig...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2013-11-25
Bright, high-contrast display, Excellent color reproduction, Good touchscreen, High-performance SoC, First-class manufacturing, Very long battery life, Fast browser performance, Fit for VoIP audio/video calls, Very good speakers...
which are unfortunately poorly positioned, High surface temperatures under load, No current data transfer standards, No Flash support
Fresh on the market, the new iPad Air is quite the turn-around, especially in terms of its design. Its two predecessors had some serious weaknesses in this area; the Cupertino-based company is such a giant when it comes to aesthetics, we expected a thinne...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-25
Noticeably thinner and lighter, Fast custom chip is up to the task of gaming, iOS 7, if you like the new interface, Same long battery life as before, No change in price, 9.7-inch display is still one of the best looking around
Needs more RAM for power surfing, Underwhelming camera performance, iOS 7, if you don't like the new interface, 64-bit architecture is over hyped, for now
So much has changed in the tablet market since Apple starting shipping its first iPad around three and a half years ago. Prior to the original iPad, the tablet category didn't really exist, not like it does today. Apple wasn't the first to market with ...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-22
The new Apple iPad Air and the ultrathin waterproof Sony Xperia Tablet Z are arguably two of the best designed and premium slates currently on offer, so we are pitting them against each other to ease your choice.Apple's iPad series basically started th...
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