It's iPad's turn. Cook just unveiled a revamped iPad Air, which is the company's thinner, lighter version of its popular tablet.

The iPad Air will add the M1 chip, which will give the iPad Air a big bump in graphics and processing performance, said Apple.

The iPad Air will also feature a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera, and will add the Center Stage feature

a cool tool used to help keep users centered on the screen during video calls. The new Air will also support 5G.

The tablet will be compatible with accessories like Apple's magic keyboard and the second generation of Apple Pencil.

The iPad will launch March 18 starting at $599. It will be available in multiple colors, including space gray, starlight and blue.

The Air has the M1 processor of the existing iPad Pro model and recent Macs, but an otherwise similar design to the 2020 model, with an eight-core GPU.

It also adds an ultrawide, 12-megapixel Center Stage camera, similar to existing iPad models.

5G is onboard, too, for faster mobile data. But the iPad Air still has the same display as before: no Mini-LED or OLED.