Apple iPad Air 2: Unboxing & Review

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iPad Air 2 is much more powerful with an 8 8 X processor, three cores and two gigs of RAM. It is 18% thinner and only 6.1 millimetres, making it thinner than the iPhone 6 and the thinnest tablet available right now. Is available in gold, silver, and Space Gray, in addition to three capacities. Touch ID has finally been added to the iPad, alright, so let’s get to the unboxing so we can take a closer look around. The new iPad has a Touch ID, just like an iPhone, so this can be used with Apple pay.

You can’t take your iPad to an NFC terminal to pay; instead, you use Apple pay for web browsing or web-based purchases. The new iSight camera has gone from 5 megapixels to 8 megapixels with 1080p HD video recording at 30 frames per second. The control centre has also been updated for the lack of a physical switch on the iPad. It is time-lapse at 120 frames per second, rather than the 120 or 240 available on the iPhone 6. This camera does not feature continuous autofocus, so you’ll have to tap the screen to change focus once you start recording the video.

The display is nine point seven inches LCD IPS with a resolution of 2048 by 1536, good for 264 pixels per inch. Some glare, but the effect is much improved over the iPad air from last year’s iPad Air. Even when the screen is off, you can see a distinct blue outline. Apple says we should see 40% better CPU performance and two-and-a-half times the better graphics performance. This is a huge leap from the a7 chip in the iPad air from last year. The iPad Air 2 has come a long way and evolved very quickly if you compare it to all the previous generations.

a look at the new iMac with a stunning retina 5k display, joining the existing lineup of the 21.5 inch and 27-inch IMAX iMacs. iPad has Touch ID, Apple Pay, and the ability to use your fingerprint to pay for things. The iPad has a lot of processing power but not many uses for it yet. Apple has been able to achieve all of this while preserving berry life.

Apple iPad Air 2: Unboxing & Review

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