A Far Better Display
The iPad Air’s edge-to-edge display is larger than the new iPad with 0.7 more inches, but that’s a minor difference and even difficult to see at a glance. The real changes come in big upgrades to screen quality. While the iPad is stuck with a traditional Retina display, the Air 4 has upgraded to Liquid Retina with True Tone, full lamination with anti-reflective coating, and much better visuals. It also has a higher resolution at 2360 x 1640, while the iPad clocks in at 2160 x 1620. That makes the Air 4 superior for color accuracy and entertainment purposes.