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iPad Air – Worth it?

Posted by Mariuca on 10/31/2013 to iPad
Apple always wanted to be striking and to mesmerize the buyers through the display, design, applications or variety of the gadgets. When they released the MacBook Air, the skinnier laptop that could fit in a manila envelope, they also came up with the “thinnovation”, making an image as the company that will produce the thinnest gadgets on the market.

A few years later, Apple introduced iPad Air, the newest and thinner tablet on the market that weighs only one pound, it is 28% lighter and 20% thinner. Although it has the same 9.7 inch retina display, with a 2048 by 1536 resolution at 264 pixels per inch (ppi), defining for the last Apple iPads, when you hold it in your hands, it feels like a feather, making you forget that you have it. The iPad Air tablet is fingerprint resistant and has an oleophobic coating.

It comes with the new A7 chip and M7 motion processor, which already exists in the new iPhone 5S. This chip is a 64-bit dual core CPU that runs 1.3 GHz, making this tablet one of the fastest and powerful one from the competitive market.

The iPad Air comes with iOS 7 operating system. Although it has the most radical design, the platform is very recognizable, the base of the screen starting with four fixed applications: Mail, Safari, Music and iMessage.

The battery life goes up to ten hours of surfing on the web on Wi-Fi, watching videos or listening to music, and to nine hours when surfing on the web using cellular data network.

The price starts from $499 for the 16 GB model with Wi-Fi only and it goes to $929 for the 128 GB model with Wi-Fi and Cellular.

As a conclusion, I can say that although it faces a tough competition from Galaxy, Microsoft, Google and Amazon, this new tablet from Apple will show that it can stand up to them and even give them a hassle.
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