Here’s a video you can watch when you get your new iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, or iPad mini 4 (2, 4) and iPad Pro 4 (4, 4S, 5, 5C) and the new iPad Pro 12.3 update

Apple has announced that its next-generation iPad lineup will be launching later this year.

Today the company announced the devices it plans to announce at WWDC 2018.

First up is the iPad Air and iPad mini.

The new iPad Pros will launch with 64GB storage options, while the iPad mini Pro will be 64GB, but it’ll also come with 32GB.

There’s also a 128GB iPad mini that will be available in 32GB and 64GB configurations, and the 64GB iPad Pro is also now 64GB.

The iPad Air is a premium iPad with Retina display and a Retina Pro Retina XC display.

It costs $599 for the 64 GB model and $699 for the 128 GB model.

The new iPad mini will also be a premium, Retina iPad with a Retinoic display.

The 128GB model is $499 for the 32 GB and $649 for the 256 GB model, and it’ll come in 128GB and 128GB options.

It’ll also include 64GB of storage.

The next iPad Pro, meanwhile, is a mini-tablet with a new Retina Display, and that’ll be priced at $699.

It’s a 16.9-inch iPad with an 11.7-inch Retina Pen.

It has a 12.9MP camera, a 3,600mAh battery, a 10MP front-facing camera, and a 4G LTE modem.

The iPads will be starting in August, with the new iPads arriving in November.