Apple iPad Air (1st Gen) - 2013

Collection of drawings of the Apple iPad Air (1st Gen) display with measured dimensions and resolution

The Apple iPad Air (1st Gen) was released in 2013 with a thinner design and ability to act as a hotspot on some carriers. It was considered an excellent replacement for the iPad 4 because of its ability to work with several online applications and game centers and the ability to sync content and other data with PC, all made possible because it inherited components from the iPhone and iPad. Besides, it could also communicate with or without the capabilities of a cellular network.

The Apple iPad Air (1st Gen) has height of 9.4” (240 mm), width of 6.67” (169.5 mm), depth of .3” (7.5 mm), and weighs 1.05 lb (.48 kg). The screen size is 9.7” (246.4 mm) diagonal with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 px at 264 ppi.


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9.4” | 240 mm
6.67” | 169.5 mm
.3” | 7.5 mm
Display Size:
9.7” | 246.4 mm
2048 x 1536 px; 264 ppi
1.05 lb | .48 kg
16, 32, 64, 128 GB
Release Date:
November 1, 2013


Drawings include:
Apple iPad Air (1st Gen) front elevation, back, side

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The Apple iPad is a line of touchscreen tablet computers designed by Apple Inc since 2010. Functioning on iOS, the iPad satisfies the technology gap between the markets of a typical laptop and a smartphone. The Apple iPad is often used for productivity, graphics, video-editing and e-reading.