It’s faster and sleeker the new Apple iPad Air


Anticipations were running high before the Apple event that concluded yesterday with fans waiting to catch a glimpse of the refreshed iPads; more specifically, the all-new iPad 5. Along with a leaner and sleeker body shell, the new iPad was anticipated in newer attractive colors. But in a surprising move, Apple not only decided to get rid of the numeral suffix but re-brand it by naming it iPad Air. It looks a lot similar to the iPad mini, with an incredibly slimmer bezel around the 9.7-inch Retina display. Apple says it’s 20 percent thinner than the previous iPad; it’s just 7.5mm thick and weighs only 1.0 pounds which are 28 percent lighter than the iPad 4. It is amazing how beautifully Apple has packaged the new iPad Air.

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The new iPad Air has the same Retina display as the old iPad 4 with a resolution of 1536 x 2048 pixels and pixel density of 264ppi. Under the hood, the old hardware has been swapped with more up-to-date specs, including the 64-bit A7 processor and M7 motion coprocessor found in the iPhone 5S. Apple claims it is 8 times faster and has 72 times better graphic performance than the old iPad. The new iPad Air also comes with a 5-megapixel iSight camera and FaceTime HD front-facing camera and 10-hour battery life.

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The iPad Air will hit the market shelves starting 1st November but without the option to pre-order this time around. Interestingly, it will be available in silver and white, accompanied by the new space grey and black color options. Sadly, there won’t be a champagne gold iPad which was heavily anticipated. The prices for the WiFi iPad Air start at $499 and $629 for the LTE versions.

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