Apple's new iPad Air and iPad minis get upgraded processors and Apple Pencil support

The new tablets hit stores next week.
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Apple is bringing back the iPad Air (10.5") and the iPad mini (7.9") with some internal upgrades that will deliver big boosts in performance. Both models will be getting the A12 Bionic processor, which is the same high-performance chip in their flagship iPhone models and they will both feature support for the Apple Pencil. Both tablets will come with 64GB or 256GB storage options, True Tone displays, Touch ID support, and an 8MP rear and 7MP front camera. Both models will also come in Silver, Space Grey, or Gold and are available with a Wi-Fi + Cellular option. 

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