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Apple IPad Air, MD788LL/A 16GB, Wifi, 9.7 in LCD (White with Silver)
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- Operating System:Apple iOS 7
- Product Type:Tablet
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Apple IPad Air, MD788LL/A 16GB, Wifi, 9.7 in LCD (White with Silver)
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Technology:Lithium polymer, Run Time:Up to 10 hours, Capacity:32.4 Wh, Run Time Details:Web browsing over Wi-Fi - up to 10 hour(s) ¦ Video playback - up to 10 hour(s) ¦ Audio playback - up to 10 hour(s), Features:Video stabilizer, tap to focus, photo and video geotagging, face detection in still images, 5-megapixel iSight camera, autofocus, FaceTime HD camera, HD Video Recording:1080p, Front-facing Camera:1.2 Megapixel, Rear-facing Camera:5 Megapixel, Wireless Connectivity:802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, Width:16.95 cm, Height:24 cm, Weight:469 g, Depth:0.75 cm, Resolution:2048 x 1536 ( 264 ppi ), Features:Fingerprint resistant oleophobic coating, Retina display, Type:9.7" IPS TFT - LED backlight, Touchscreen:Multi-Touch, Min Operating Temperature:0 °C, Max Operating Temperature:35 °C, Min Storage Temperature:-20 °C, Max Storage Temperature:45 °C, Humidity Range Operating:5 - 95% (non-condensing), Interfaces:1 x headphones ¦ 1 x Lightning, Storage:16 GB, Features:Charging via USB, VoiceOver screen reader, AirPrint, AirPlay, parental controls, Dictation, AssistiveTouch, MIMO technology, AirDrop, Apple M7 motion coprocessor, Sensors:Accelerometer, ambient light sensor, three-axis gyro sensor, digital compass, Colour:Silver, Cables Included:1 x Lightning to USB cable, Localisation:German / Germany, Included Accessories:Power adapter, Supported Digital Video Formats:MPEG-4 SP (up to 640x480), Motion JPEG (up to 1280x720), H.264 High Profile Level 4.2 (up to 1080p), Audio:Two microphones , speaker, Supported Digital Audio Formats:MP3, WAV, AAC, AIFF, protected AAC, Audible, Apple Lossless, Processor:Apple A7, 64-bit Computing:Yes, Preloaded Software:Clock, Mail, Notes, Calendar, Contacts, Messages, Camera, FaceTime, Photo Booth, Safari, Videos, Photos, App Store, Maps, Game Ce
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Weight savings are very noticeable with the Air at 469g compared to the 652g of the iPad 4. That's 28% lighter. The difference feels more pronounced though because in truth the iPad 4 was a tad too heavy. The Air is much more manageable in the hand and feels somehow more like half the weight. The difference is actually between "a little too heavy" and "quite light". The Air is nearly 2mm thinner and whilst this is pleasing I think the weight drop is the more noticeable change.
When working off the same wireless network, same distance away, the Air opens websites slightly quicker, perhaps up to 1 second quicker. That is not a lot but when surfing it speeds things up somewhat. If you stream an HD video then not only does it open faster but the buffer on the Air establishes a greater margin than on the 4. In other words the Air is less likely to stall and more able to stream higher definition content.
The speakers on the Air are noticeably better. They are less tinny in general and have more bass than the 4 although neither are exactly Hi Fi.
The Air looks smaller than previous iPads as when in landscape, the outer upper and lower border is narrower making it 16mm smaller than the iPad 4. Same actual screen size though.
The screen images are the same quality on the Air and the 4. Same screen so not very surprising. I cannot detect a snappier or smoother response, both screens seem to be the same. Cameras appear to be the same also.
About a year ago after much musing and hesitation I bought an iPad 4.Read more ›
Also take a look at the latest iPad - search for "iPad Air 2"
Apple confused issues last year by releasing two versions within 6 months of each other; the 3rd and 4th generations weren't too different from each other but upset a lot of earlier adopters and I'm sure have had a few of those hesitating before making the jump here in case we get another update in early 2014.
So it's with that in mind that I'm writing this review.
I use iPads to surf the net, play music online, play the occasional game, make a bit of music, watch online videos and listen to the radio at home, so I don't need more than 16gb and wifi.
The iPad Air is a far more beautiful item than the last two generations and feels a lot lighter and smaller than I was expecting and so you're far less likely to bop yourself in the nose or mouth when your arm gives way whilst lying on your back watching something.
The wifi is also better, I found myself waiting for a site to open before noticing that it actually done so in the blink of an eye. Nice.
GarageBand has been revamped with loads more tracks and the new 64bit processor handles complex projects easily. Aside from that there are no new apps to take advantage of the new release.
And that's the crux I guess, should you wait for 6 months until a load of smart new apps have appeared? And by then there could be an iPad 6 (or 'iPad Air 2'...) with trendy fingerprint sensor, new cameras and that cool slow motion thing? I'll be gutted if Apple release that, because I won't be upgrading for at least another 18 months.Read more ›
I am no Apple iOS diehard fan. In fact I have several android tablets (including the Nexus 7, which I love). Yet there's no denying that the iPad has revolutionised the computer industry by triggering the tablet era.
This review focuses solely on the iPad Air.
Having owned two other iPads: iPad 1 and iPad 3, I am no novice to the iPad, and have followed the incremental upgrades since it was first introduced .... just 4 years ago!
When my iPad Air finally arrived (had mine on pre-order for several months) I thought that the store had made a mistake and got me the iPad mini instead!
I opened the usual premium Apple packaging and was greeted by a lovely, super slim and lightweight gem of a tablet. The side bezels are so much thinner too, no wonder it could be mistaken for a Mini. This is no incremental upgrade, but a total redesign around the existing iPad 4 screen. (albeit screen offers better viewing angles)
It really is a pity that I had to buy a protective case, which covers the beautifully crafted aluminium body. Yet it means that your investment will still look like new for years.
Case options: Skip this part if not interested.
When it comes to cases there is quite a choice. I call these necessary evils, yet one should not skimp on a quality case offering the best protection possible.
I have the original Apple, Invision and the Veo cases for the iPad Air. I cannot comment on cases I do not own which might prove to be actually better.
They weigh 148.7g, 208.5g and 230.Read more ›
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