The Good: The new iPad Air gets an enhanced A8X processor, better back and front-facing cams, a significantly more slender and lighter outline, an anti-reflective screen, and a Touch ID finger impression sensor.
The Bad: The Apple Air 2 doesn’t have a significant change from a year ago’s iPad as far as general capacity; battery life continues as before, but the battery life was already good to begin with.
Apple iPads keep going forever, and you can clutch one for quite a long time like a portable PC, before requiring another one. The new iPad is a magnificent item. Also, its imperative to note that last year’s model, the first iPad Air, stays accessible at a reduced cost; for some, going for the previous version will be the better value for the money.
-The new iPad Air 2 is really more slender than the past iPad Air now at 6.1 millimeters.
- The iPad Air 2 at last has Touch ID, a highlight seen in a year ago’s iPhone 5S. The Touch ID meets expectations incredibly well, and proves to be useful for unlocking your iPad and Apple Pay.
Apple has done a good job with the new A8X processor, which guarantees additional muscle versus the A8 on the latest iPhone, the iPad’s at last gotten a RAM upgrade of 2GB from the past 1GB.
- The enhanced back iSight cam is preferable now over on the iPad Air at 8 megapixels, and with highlights like slo-mo, time lapse, and better face recognition, the camera, will be a top highlight of the as good as ever Air 2
Price: Costing at about Rs.36,000, the Apple iPad Air 2 is well worth the buy.
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