The 13-inch iPad Air screen is brighter than the 11-inch!

If you are planning to treat yourself to an iPad Air M2 but you don’t know which size to choose, a small difference in the technical sheet could help you when you go to checkout.
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The 13″ iPad Air is brighter than the 11″

If you don’t take a close look at the technical sheet of the two tablets, they seem identical except for size. However, the 13-inch iPad Air offers a brightness of 600 nits, compared to only 500 nits for the 11-inch version. While it won’t change your life, it’s always good to know the difference before making your choice.

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100 more nits

With an additional 100 nits, the screen of the iPad Air 13-inch M2 is brighter than the MacBook Air and even matches the brightness of the MacBook Pro in SDR (the latter climb to 1,000 constant nits and on the entire panel in HDR and even 1,600 nits at peak and for a short moment on part of the screen). On this point, the new iPad Pro M4 and their Tandem OLED panel remain the champions of the range with 1,000 constant nits in both SDR and HDR, and a peak of 1,600 nits in HDR.

These 100 additional nits from the 13 inch will be able to offer a slightly brighter image, and will be able to find their interest outdoors and in good . This additional brightness perhaps comes from a more recent design of this panel, where the 11-inch model takes up that of previous generations.

Watch our video debrief on the new iPads!

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