Does Apple still support iPad Air?

Does Apple still support iPad Air?

In June 2019, Apple announced that it would drop support for the iPad Air with the release of iPadOS 13 in September 2019. The iPad Air is supported to iOS 12, with the latest 12.5. 5 update released on September 23, 2021.

Does Apple still sell iPad Air 2?

The iPad Air 2 is still a very good tablet, but it’s no longer the best iPad you can buy. The iPad Air 2 is the sixth version of Apple’s 10in tablet in four years, so it’s easy to become indifferent to what is still a technical marvel. It’s also now the entry-level 9.7in iPad.

What generation is the iPad Air 2?

iPad Air 2

iPad Air 2 in Space Gray
Product family iPad Air
Type Tablet computer
Generation 2nd
Release date October 22, 2014

How do I register my iPad Air?

How To: Register an Apple iPad

  1. Go to Apple’s product registration website.
  2. You’ll be asked to choose your location and preferred language with two drop down menus.
  3. Select that you are registering one product and then click “Next”.
  4. Select “iPad” from the categories list.
  5. Find your iPad’s serial number.

How long will my iPad Air 2 last?

In normal day-to-day use the iPad Air 2 lasts the advertised 10 hours. That included two hours of gaming, three hours of video streaming over Wi-Fi, and five hours of Wi-Fi web browsing, with some hours of standby in between. Screen brightness was set to around 60%, which we found to be adequate both indoors and out.

Do you have to register Apple products?

However – and fortunately – there is no need to register a device for the warranty as long as you have a receipt. This is so frustrating! Apple has really started to lose it’s vision, luster and credibility and it’s becoming quite the task to do simple things now.

How do I know if my iPad is registered?

Sign in to,* then select Devices. If you don’t see your devices right away, click View Details and answer your security questions. Click any device name to view that device’s information, such as the device model, serial number, and OS version.