Apple iPad Air

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The iPad Air is the fifth generation of Apple's highly remarkable tablet. It features a 9.7 inch Retina display and is powered by a 64 bit, A7 chip running iOS 7. Other features includes a 5MP camera that shoots HD video, an improved front facing FaceTime camera, Siri and dual microphones. It comes in 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB of storage. Last but not least, the iPad Air weighs only 1 pound.

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By TechSpot on 90

The iPad is now on its fifth iteration and with it comes a new name, the iPad Air. True to the moniker, Apple's latest full-size tablet has been put on a significant diet. It retains the same 9.7-inch display but with a bezel that is 43 percent thinner along with a 20 percent reduction in overall thickness.

By APC Magazine on 90

Clearly, this wasn't ideal but an apparent limitation of the tech available. The new iPad Air solved those issues with the new A7 chip, leading to a significantly reduced battery capacity needed to last the ten-hours and making the Air the lightest iPad...

By PC Advisor on

Surface Pro 3 vs iPad Air: the same, but different When Microsoft first launched the Surface tablets it pitched them squarely against Apple's market-leading iPad . And that was reasonable: after all Apple launched the iPad as a 'new category of device'...

By Macworld UK on

Microsoft has announced the Surface Pro 3, the latest addition to its Windows tablet line-up. In a change of tune from the first Surface tablets that were pitched directly against the iPad, Microsoft has described the Surface Pro 3 as a tablet that can...

By Macworld UK on 100

iPad Air review Welcome to our iPad Air review. Our iPad Air review includes: everything you need to know about Apple's iPad Air tablet, the iPad Air's specs, features and physical design and build quality, speed tests, price and buying options. We...

By TechRadar AU on 100

Make no mistake - Apple has finally nailed the tablet with a great combination of specs, power and a decent OS. It's a joy to hold the iPad Air. From the clever construction to the fast processor to the improved user interface, Apple has found an answer...

By tabletpcreview.com on

The main advantage of the Sharkk Apple iPad Air Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard is its ability to hold the tablet at either portrait or landscape modes, while most rival devices support only landscape.The other feature that's likely to draw attention is the...

By Phone Arena on

Sony is no stranger to making tablets. Its first efforts in the field were somewhat rough around the edges and couldn't make much of an impact on the market, but that didn't stop the Japanese tech giant from launching new, better models. Eventually,...

By techmadeeasy.co.uk on 90

While it's still positioned firmly at the high end of market, the iPad Air should definitely appeal to the majority of consumers, even if you've not previously used an iOS device.The new design is certainly an improvement, even though it's not massively...

By IT PRO on

If you want an iPad but you're not sure what the difference is between the flagship models, you've come to the right place. IT Pro put the devices head-to-head in the following categories: Display Battery Life Hardware/Connectivity/Repairability ...

By Know Your Mobile on 100

The iPad Air is perhaps the best tablet ever created, taking everything that made all iPads that came before it great and condensing it down into a smaller, lighter, faster and infinitely more useable package. With applications you're spoilt for...

By V3.co.uk on

For the past few years Apple's iPad has become an increasingly common sight in most offices, with many companies preferring its secure iOS operating system and user-friendly interface to those of competing tablets. But now Samsung has looked to establish...

By PC Advisor on 80

With all due respect to Microsoft and the makers of tablet PCs over the 20 years preceding its launch, the iPad was the tablet that invented the current tablet market. It's been with us a few years, but the iPad remains for many the byword for quality in...

By APC Magazine on 100

Whether you like or loathe the company, it's hard to dispute that Apple is still the king when it comes to tablets, with its market share hovering around the 30% mark just before the release of these new models. With the most mature tablet ecosystem and...

By MacLife on 100

The iPad Air is Apple’s best tablet to date, by a wide and meaningful margin.

By The Inquirer on

This was especially true considering the bold strides Google was making into the tablet market at the time by releasing its Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 Android tablets. One year on, Apple seems to have answered its critics by releasing what many have taken to...

By firstpost.com on 70

The Apple iPad Air starts at Rs 35,900 for the 16GB, Wi-Fi model and we feel this is a bit too much for what's on offer. The drastic weight loss and new internals aside, we don't see why someone would buy the Air instead of the 32GB iPad mini with...

By tech.uk.msn.com on

Apple recently sent out invites for a 22 October event where it's expected that the new iPad will be announced.So, what looks like it's nailed on for the new iPad? And what can we stick on the tenuous pile? Have a peep at our review of the best iPad 5...

By PCAdvisor on 80

The iOS 7 interface, not popular with every user, cannot be avoided on this device and it suffers some stickiness in app zooming. Ultimately though the iPad Air will suceed by simple nature of its new weight – the lose of almost 200g is so significant to its handling...

By PC Advisor on 80

The Apple iPad is still the most desirable tablet on the market right now, and from our time spent with the new iPad Air it's easy to see why. Take a look at our definitive review of the new iPad Air to find out more. iPad Air review: design,...