iPad Air 4 Features
Design and Display
The iPad Air 4 ditches the dated design of the iPad Air 3, moving to a 10.9-inch, nearly edge-to-edge screen design that takes on the same design as the iPad Pro. The case appears to be the same size as the 11-inch iPad Pro, but the bezels are slightly thicker due to a difference in the display technology.
This fourth-generation model has a Liquid Retina LED display like in the current iPad Pro, but it lacks the iPad Pro’s 120Hz ProMotion display. It is capped at 60Hz like previous generations, but most users may not notice unless they are coming from the iPad Pro or use the Apple Pencil extensively.
The display has a 2360 x 1640 resolution, with 3.8 million pixels. It also has full lamination, p3 wide color, True Tone, and an anti-reflective coating. The laminated display means that content appears close to the screen so it feels more natural when writing with the Pencil.
The iPad Air now has flat edges, a design paradigm Apple introduced in the third-generation iPad Pro and also used in the iPhone 12 series.