Tech world is in love with iPad Air
The make, the specs, the technology and the ecosystem defining iPad Air have made the techies go wild on iPad Air. A collection of topics and reviews on iPad Air is abuzz with praises for the latest tablet from Apple and here are a few:
Digital Trends tweeted
The iPad Air is the best 10-inch tablet we’ve ever used http://t.co/lPMmmKf1a3
— Digital Trends (@DigitalTrends) November 4, 2013
Forbes wrote, “iPad Air Shows Off Apple At Its Best” whereas Ars Technica hold to the opinion that “Apple’s iPad Air is a big tablet without all the baggage”. Other reviewers are also full of praises for the Apple’s top range tablet. So what are these cool specs of iPad Air that make the reviewers want you to have one?
iPad Air’s size is similar to the previous iPads except that it is lighter at 470g. Holding it, they say, feels very comfortable and using it is more fun and intuitive. They like the reduced bezel at either side and the thinness too at 7.5mm. For some reason guys liked the iPad Mini more than the previous iPads and lure people into iPad Air, Apple has made the iPad Air look like the iPad Mini. The screen is also great, it has Retina display.
Are all these a plus? If you want lightness there are tablets are light as 300g,
2. Processor and Memory
Like iPhone 5S iPad Air has the A7 chip which boasts of 64 bit processing capability. But the speed? Well when Galaxy Note III already clocks 2.3GHz, Apple still thinks that 1.3GHz is good for the average user. Again, Galaxy Note III comes with 3GB RAM, why settle for a 1GB RAM in a tablet? As usual, Apple devices won’t allow you to add memory so if you buy the 16GB variant, you stick to that.
The processor that runs at 1.4 GHz dual core Specs-wise, it has a 64-bit 1.4GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 9.7-inch 2048 x 1536 pixel screen, 16 – 128GB of built-in storage (depending on what you want to pay), a 5-megapixel rear camera with an F2.4 aperture, and a 1.2-megapixel front camera,
3. iOS7 and the ecosystem
Lastly the tech world are praising the iOS7, which, despite having faced uncountable issues, bags, and security loopholes, has only but played catch-up to Android. In this initial post we had talked about the iOS7.
After examining those features that the tech world is taunted as breakthroughs in iPad Air I’m left wondering if there is something wrong with people nowadays.
Don’t call me an Apple hater, when Apple will release something worth praising, I’ll be in the bandwagon.