Apple is planning to release its fifth-generation iPad Air alongside the third-generation iPhone SE in spring 2022. The upcoming iPad Air is expected to carry a similar specification as the sixth-gen iPad Mini. Continue reading “Apple said to launch new iPad Air with A15 chip, Center Stage camera and 5G support”
Apple has launched TD-LTE variants of the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display in China. This would brings both TD-SCDMA and TD-LTE support along with standard GSM and WiFi capabilities. Apple already sells WiFi + Cellular variant of the iPad Air and iPad mini in China with support for GSM and CDMA. The LTE model is also priced similar to the CDMA variant. Continue reading “Apple launches iPad Air and iPad mini with TD-LTE for China”
Apple finally launched the iPad Air and the iPad mini with Retina display in India last week. This week’s askFA discussion is all about these new tablets from Apple. The iPad Air starts at Rs. 35,900 for the base 16GB WiFi version and goes up to Rs. 65,900 for the 128GB WiFi + 4G variant. The iPad mini with Retina display starts at Rs. 28,900 and goes up to Rs. 58,900. Both these have Retina displays at 2048×1536 pixel resolution, but the iPad Air comes with a large 9.7 inch display and the iPad mini with Retina display features a 7.9 inch screen. Other features are almost similar on both these devices including a new A7 64 bit processor. You can also check out the unboxing of the iPad Air and the iPad mini with Retina display. Continue reading “Apple iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display Live Chat and Discussion”
We have the all new thinner and faster iPad Air for an unboxing at FoneArena. Apple announced this iPad along with new iPad mini with retina display at an event last month. The new iPad Air went on sale in the US and several other countries on November 1st. There is no clear date for India yet but it is expected to be launched soon. So we decided to unbox the iPad Air for you and also quickly compare it to the iPad 4 and iPad mini. Hit play on the video below to catch all the action.
Apple has just announced the refresh to its iPad lineup with the new iPad Air and the iPad mini with retina display. The iPad Air not just gains a new name, it also gains a new thin and light design. Learning from the engineering of its own iPad mini, the iPad Air loses a lot of weight to weigh just a pound, while thinning down its bezels and overall thickness to just 7.5 mm. The iPad Air also looks a lot like the iPad mini in terms of the design language with beautifully rounded corners, chamfered edges and a smooth finish for the back. The internals also gain a generational boost with the new A7 64 bit processor that debuted on the iPhone 5s. Apple marks a 72x increase in graphics performance when compared to the original iPad which makes things interesting.