Apple just released its new iPad Air and people are waiting for it to hit the stores. The iPad Air is thinner and lighter than the previous version of the iPad, but what else has changed? For people who want a more detailed description of each aspect of this new tablet I have created a blog that provides people all the information they need to know.
The blog will be updated on a regular basis and will include all the latest news about the iPad Air. It will tell you what material Apple used to make the casing so that it is thinner and lighter than ever before. You can read about all the technical specifications regarding memory, processor speed, resolution, sound quality and battery life.
All of this information will be presented in an easy to understand way that is simple to follow. There are also links to articles where you can find even more information if you want it.
The iPad Air is the latest and greatest iPad from Apple, it has been improved in a number of ways and this blog will give you all the information you need to know about it.
The most important thing about any device is size and weight, these two things have been massively improved on the iPad Air. The iPad Air is now 20% lighter, 28% thinner and 24% less volume than the previous generation. This means that the new iPad is only 7.5mm thick, weighs just 1 pound and will fit more easily into your bag or be more comfortable to hold for long periods of time.
The display on the iPad has also been upgraded to Retina Display with a resolution of 2048×1536 which gives an amazing 3.1 million pixels in total.
The new A7 processor also offers a huge improvement on previous generations, it is twice as fast as the previous A6 chip (which was already very fast) which makes loading apps and web pages super fast and also provides much better gaming performance than any other tablet on the market.
Apple Inc. has just announced their new iPad Air (5th generation) at the media event held in San Francisco, California. The Cupertino company made many announcements at the event regarding the new iPad Air and other devices, with the Apple TV 3rd generation being one of them.
The new iPad Air features a 9.7 inch Retina display, making it 20% thinner than its predecessor. It also weights 1 pound; lighter than the 4th generation iPad by almost 0.5 lbs. The new tablet comes in two versions: WiFi only and WiFi + Cellular Data (4G LTE).
The device is powered by Apple’s A7 chip, which is what powers Apple’s iPhone 5s smartphone, making it 64 bit and giving it up to 2x more power than its predecessor. It also features an M7 motion co-processor that works directly with the A7 chip to measure motion activity from the device’s gyroscope, accelerometer and compass sensors to save battery life for fitness apps and other similar apps that require motion tracking.
With the launch of a new iPad, Apple has decided to make some drastic changes in the design. For starters they have changed the name of this device from “iPad 5” to “iPad Air”. This is not just a simple name change but also a reflection of how Apple has managed to get rid of most of the bulk and weight.
The new iPad Air weighs only 1 pound which makes it 28% lighter than its predecessor. It is 43% thinner measuring 7.5mm at its thickest point and even though it has lost all that weight, it still manages to pack in more power than ever before. The technician who worked on this told me that they reduced the size by redesigning every part of the device as well as using lightweight materials such as aluminum and magnesium. I would also like to mention that Apple has tried its best to keep the battery life same as last year’s model. In my opinion, this is quite impressive for a device that is so much thinner and lighter than before.
The new iPad Air is now available for pre-order. The new device, which drops today, is priced at $499 for 16GB, $599 for 32GB, $699 for 64GB and $799 for 128GB with LTE.
The device will ship on November 1st, but if you order today it will arrive on your doorstep or be available in your local Apple store up to a week before that date.
If you’re interested in buying a new iPad Air and don’t know where to go to get one, you can buy one from Apple’s website starting at 8am PST / 11am EST. You can also find them at Apple retail locations around the country, of course. If you’d like to check out the device before buying it in person, your best bet is going to be Apple’s physical stores.
Third-party retailers are also selling the new iPad Air, including Best Buy and Verizon. The Wall Street Journal has a good comprehensive list of all of the retailers that will sell Apple’s latest iPad when the device goes on sale later today here.
Apple announced the iPad Air Tuesday at its product event, and it’s a thinner, lighter tablet with a more powerful processor.
The new iPad weighs one pound, down from 1.4 pounds, and is 20% thinner than the fourth-generation iPad. The new model features Apple’s A7 chip with 64-bit desktop-class architecture and M7 motion coprocessor. The fifth-generation iPad will have 10 hours of battery life, just like the current model, and also supports more LTE bands worldwide.
The tablet comes in silver or space gray, and will be available for preorder beginning Oct. 18 in 27 countries. It goes on sale Nov. 1 for $499 for a 16GB Wi-Fi model and $629 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular version; prices increase by $100 for each storage tier up to 128GB.
While the iPhone 6 is getting all of the attention lately, Apple has quietly announced the iPad Air 2. The new iPad comes with a thinner design, updated hardware, and more features.
Apple’s new tablet is officially dubbed “iPad Air 2” and comes in just two storage options: 16GB and 64GB. Previously, the storage capacity maxed out at 128GB.
The new tablet measures 6.1mm thin, which is about 18 percent thinner than its predecessor, the original iPad Air. Its Retina display has received an anti-reflective coating to reduce glare by 56 percent and make it easier to view.
Apple’s A8X chip makes an appearance in the new tablet along with a M8 motion coprocessor that works in tandem to provide greater graphics performance while also conserving battery life.
The device also includes a Touch ID fingerprint sensor for purchasing apps or making iTunes purchases as well as unlocking your device with a touch of your finger.