Apple is bringing back the iPad Air with a larger model. The company is updating the iPad mini and adding a new iPad Air. Both have similar specifications and features, which is not something we’ve always seen in the smallest tablet in the Apple range. However, there are some fundamental differences between the two products. The new iPad Air has a 10.5-inch Retina display with a resolution of 2224 x 1668, which is equivalent to about 264 pixels per inch. The new iPad Mini has a 7.9-inch screen with a resolution of 2048 x 1536. The company has also included Apple Pencil support – this is in both models, but the first time it comes to the small screen. These models are only compatible with the original Apple Pencil and will not be compatible with last year’s pencil that came with the wireless charge Both tablets come in 64GB or 256GB models, and their color options are silver, space gray or gold. The Bionic A12 chipset is powering these iPads Both tablets also have the same camera configuration, so you will have an 8 MP snapper on the back with an aperture of f / 2.4. The front camera in both is 7MP. The iPad Air model with Wi-Fi only 64 GB will cost you $ 499 / £ 479 / AU $ 779 / AED 1,999. Those who want 256 GB of storage and a cellular connection will spend $ 779 / £ 749 / AU $ 1199 / AED 3.129. The iPad Mini is a bit less with prices starting at $ 399 / £ 399 / AU $ 599 / AED 1,599. The high-end model is not cheap, however, at $ 679 / £ 669 / AU $ 1019 / AED 2,729.