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This surprising Black Friday tablet deal drops the price of the brand-new iPad Air 4

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One of the best Black Friday tablet deals for an iPad started about two weeks ago, and we thought it'd sell out immediately, but it didn't - that means you've got another chance at picking it up.

This Black Friday deal cuts between £24 and £34 off different size variants of the iPad Air 4. If that doesn't sound like a huge price cut, just remember the tablet only launched about a month back. It's a brand-new slate, and this saving is very surprising to say the least.

Not in the UK? Check out the best Black Friday Apple deals near you just below.

Apple Black Friday deals: iPad Air 4 at Amazon

Apple iPad Air 4 | 64GB | Wi-Fi: £579 £554.97 at Amazon (save £24)
Save money on the first price cut we've seen on the brand new iPad Air 4. Will it sell out? It's very likely. We've already seen the standard 2020 iPad and the 2020 iPad Pro's sell out, so we'd definitely hustle if you want to bag one.

256GB: £729 £699.97 (save £29)View Deal

Apple iPad Air 4 | 64GB | Wi-Fi and Cell: £709 £679.97 at Amazon (save £29)
This deal saves you money on the same tablet as above, but one that has cellular or LTE connection for 4G networks. This lets you work, stream or download out and about, if you put a SIM in it.

256GB: £859 £824.97 (save £34)View Deal

Given Apple products often take a year to go on sale, this small price cut could mean big things for people who want a new tablet. The new low price is super-competitive to the Black Friday iPad Pro deals we've been seeing, meaning you might prefer the Air 4 over the new Pro models.

We've fully reviewed the new iPad Air 4 and it's easily one of our favourite tablets right now. Yes, it is indeed a little heavier on the wallet than previous installments but the new iPad Air isn't just an iterative improvement - it's a new direction for the awkward middle child of the iPad family. 

We reckon this is likely as low as the new iPad Air 4 will go with this year's Black Friday iPad deals as Amazon and other retailers tend to not offer anything too generous on the new releases. The standard 2020 iPad and 2020 iPad Pro's are already experiencing stock issues right now as well at Amazon, so we wouldn't hang around if you're eyeing up this lavish new Apple tablet.

Just bear in mind: Amazon says the tablets will be dispatched in one to two months. So don't buy the iPad Air 4 here if you need it urgently.

  • Amazon - see all of today's early Black Friday Apple deals
  • Currys - often price matches, so one to consider if stock sells out
  • Very - another great place to check out Apple deals ahead of Black Friday
  • Read about the upcoming Black Friday deals

More early Black Friday Apple deals

TechRadar is scouring every retailer and rounding up all the top deals over the Black Friday period, and we’ve put all the best Black Friday deals and Cyber Monday deals in easy-to-navigate articles to help you find the bargains you’re looking for.

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24 Nov 2020

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