Does the Apple iPad Air 5 (2022) support 5G networks?

Apple finally introduced the iPad Air 5 (2022) during its Peak Performance virtual event. Despite the chassis of the previous-gen model, this tablet comes with boosted internals. These include Apple’s M1 chip and 8GB of RAM. It also comes in five vibrant finishes to choose from – Space Grey, Starlight, Pink, Purple and Blue. For just $599, you can buy the iPad Air 5 in the color of your choice. If you go for it, don’t forget to protect it with a case and get it an optional charger. The case will help minimize potential damage if you accidentally drop it. After all, it’s always better to be safe than sorry. Another important point is checking its technical specifications before buying to make sure it has what you are looking for. Here’s what you need to know about 5G network support on the new Apple iPad Air 5 (2022).

Does the iPad Air 5 have 5G network support?

One of the main selling points for the iPad Air 5 — in addition to the Apple M1 chip — is optional 5G network support. This iPad actually supports 5G, but not by default. The $599 base model of this iPad is Wi-Fi only. To take advantage of mobile data, you’ll need to buy the “Cellular + Wi-Fi” model – which starts at $749 in the US. If you go for it, your 5G iPad will support the following bands: n1, n2, n3, n5, n7, n8, n12, n20, n25, n28, n29, n30, n38, n40, n41, n48, n66 , n71, n77, n78, and n79. What’s so great about 5G support on the iPad Air 5 is being able to work from any location with cellular coverage. And given that it has an M1 processor, you can depend on it to perform relatively intensive tasks.

    The new 5th generation iPad Air is powered by the Apple M1 processor. It supports 5G for the first time, and it comes in many beautiful colors.

What if there is no 5G in your area? Apple still sells you a 5G version of the device, and you can go back to 4G LTE use. Once 5G is available in your area in the future, you can resume

Are you planning to buy the cellular model of Apple iPad Air 5 (2022)? why or why not? Let us know in the comments section below.

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