iPad Air, as the name defines itself; this latest gadget from Apple weighs only a pound which is 0.4 pound lighter than the prior generation and its 0.3 pound thicker than the iPad Mini. Apple’s latest methodology is to create something lighter so it will be easy to carry it.
This iPad Air has the same suave back design as the iPad Mini with more alluring speakers furthermost so it will appear to be one of the tablets from Apple’s stable. iPad Air is doddering Apple’s A7 chip with its 64-bit processing power and pile of battery saving systems so you’re Air will go longer in your daily use. Basically, Air is practically similar to iPad Mini but with faster performance and an improved video chatting feature. Apple presented its users an apt exterior remake, shaping a considerably thinner and lighter tablet that conclusively eradicate the chunky bezels that has been there since the release of the first generation iPad.
Air is the substantial transformation over the previous costing $499 for 16GB, $599 for 32GB, $699 for 64GB and $799 for the max 128GB. So even though the market offers more refined alternatives on a more affordable price, Air is still the finest-priced choice.
Last year, Apple introduces their latest design which is the iPad Mini. They take the cues from their recent iPod Touch design to generate a high-end tablet in an unbelievably slimmer form feature. Aside from that, Air is incredibly fast. In fact, it is somewhat faster than the latest iPhone even if they both have 1GB of RAM. You can still find the same 5-MP camera at the back of the tablet with an improved 1.2-MP on front which offers better performance for stealthy FaceTime sessions. It has a new dual microphone setup with active noise cancellation which is better for recording audio. More importantly, the display of the newest iPad Air maintains the Apple’s 9.7-inch, 1536 x 208 pixels Retina panel. And even though it doesn’t match the extreme 300-plus ppi display of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and the iPad Mini Retina, Air still looks magnificent. Concealed in the rear of the display is the Li-Po 32.4Wh battery which has smaller cell than the 42.5Wh pack from the recent Retina iPads. You can use Air for over 10-hours. The A7 processor and the 64-bit chip in Air is also the one used in iPhone 5S and iPad Mini Retina. Apple stated that Air is twice as fast as the older models even when playing games and loading webpages from Safari browser. It runs well with Apple’s latest iOS 7.03 operating system. If you are an old-time user of iOS 7, you won’t be surprise anymore since everything is exactly just the same. Also, Apple adjusted the Smart Covers design. It is the ingenious folding screen protectors fastened to the iPad with magnets. It is similarly the same as the Mini’s Smart Covers consisting of the 3-panel design instead of 4.
One thing that is missing from iPad Air is the TouchID sensor which is recently presented on iPhone 5S. However, this is definitely not an issue as TouchID feature is optional. And just wait until next year, Apple will surely release the same tablet with this TouchID feature. The selection of the iPad enhanced apps remains incomparable with over 475K to choose from. iWork and iLife Suites comes pre-installed when you purchase Air with a total of 6 apps which are: Pages, Numbers, GarageBand, iMovie, iPhoto and Keynote. Siri feature is still present.
The iPad Air is Apple’s most unexceptional iPad release for now. It comes lighter, thinner, faster and easier to hold as compared to the previous releases. But each innovation on the iPad Air, every single factor of improvements is just “Light” or little. But overall, even if the revolution of this new iPad Air is so little, it works great on daily basis.