M1 iPad Air 5 is a nightmare for Google’s big Android tablet push

By | March 11, 2022


Last-minute iPad Air 5 rumors said on the day of Apple’s press event this week that the new mid-range tablet will feature the same M1 System-on-Chip (SoC) as the 2021 iPad Pros. That was an exciting claim that, weirdly, made sense. Hours later, Apple confirmed it all and dedicated ample time to the iPad Air 5’s massive performance boost that the M1 makes possible.

Separately, rumors earlier this year said Google has a renewed interest in Android tablets, a product category it largely ignored. We speculated at the time that Google might launch a Pixel tablet alongside the Pixel foldable handset to demonstrate the capabilities of Android 12L-powered tablets. And Google just confirmed that it plans to invest more resources into Android tablets.

But the M1 iPad Air 5 is now a massive nightmare for Google and anyone else manufacturing affordable Android tablets.

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