Apple iPad Air 2 Review
Apple iPad Air 2 Features
Following months of leaks and rumours, the iPad Air 2 release date has come to pass and the new 9.7-inch is now on sale. Here’s the review and everything you need to know about Apple’s super slim, Touch ID loving tablet.
Sometimes Apple creates revolutionary products. And sometimes, Apple takes an iconic gadget and locks it into place, polishing its form year after year. The “Perfected Product” is a path that devices like the iPod and, most recently, the MacBook Air have settled into: slight tweaks, and designs that started to become practically identical.
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While the iPhone is a gadget that’s still in evolution, the iPad feels pretty close to perfection. And the iPad Air 2 hasn’t done all that much to change the equation. It’s even thinner than last year’s version. It has a faster processor. It has improved cameras. It has a Touch ID sensor. It has an anti-reflective display. Its storage options are a little more affordable, if you’re the type to pay up to 64 or 128GB. It’s still $500 for 16GB (available in the UK and Australia for £400 and AU$620, respectively), but $600, £480, AU$740 now gets you 64GB, and $700, £560, AU$860 128GB. And yes, it comes in optional gold-ish tinged metal. Are these reasons enough to get a new iPad? Maybe not: iPads last forever, and you can hold onto one for years like a laptop, before needing a new one.
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