The recent debut of the iPad Air continues what is a fairly predictable course for Apple. The fifth generation of the popular tablet device doesn’t represent a major change in design or function but further refinement of an already well-designed device.
The most notable change found on the iPad Air is that it is thinner and significantly lighter than the previous models. While the need for a page-sized screen prevents the iPad Air from being “pocket-able,” the lighter weight and thinner package make it feel as portable as a smartphone.
LaptopMag.com has the full “skinny” on Apple’s latest tablet.
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