Apple refreshed its iPads significantly today with new releases in both the iPad Pro and iPad Air. Both have significant hardware updates, but somehow the iPad Pro now weighs less than all of its Air equivalents.

The 11-inch iPad Pro weighs 0.98 pounds (444 grams for the Wi-Fi model and 446 grams with cellular), while the same-sized version of the iPad Air is 1.02 pounds (462 grams without a difference between Wi-Fi and cellular network models).

The weight difference is more apparent with the 13-inch tablets — the first time the iPad Air is available in that size. The 13-inch iPad Pro starts at 1.28 pounds (or 579 grams) for the Wi-Fi model, with the cellular version coming in three grams heavier. Meanwhile, although the Wi-Fi and LTE variants of the 13-inch iPad Air are only a gram apart, they both weigh 1.36 pounds, which is significantly heavier than the iPad Pro.

Apple says the latest iPad Pro is the thinnest product it’s ever made, with a switch to dual OLED panels helping to make the tablet thinner than ever. On the other hand, it makes the iPad Air name a bit of a bummer at this point.

Of course, it’s just a name and doesn’t matter that much. But at 1.03 pounds, the original Air was nearly half a pound lighter than the iPad 4. The latest model is essentially the same weight, but now heavier and bulkier than the iPad Pro, making Apple’s premium tablets literally lighter than the Air.

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