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Apple iPad Air 2 64GB WiFi + Cellular Space Gray - User Reviews
This is my first Apple device. I am sharing my experience after using the device for 3 days.
Build Quality is superb.
Display is very awesome.
Touch ID is great and works well all the time.
Very slim (6.1mm).
I played the games Iron Man 3, Candy Crush Saga, Stick Tennis, Real Racing 3, Sonic Dash, 300 Game, Pirates, Bike Rivals. All the games worked really well. I haven't seen any lag.
***Updated the device with 8.1.1 and the iOS is running smooth.
Wow! is all i can say
by Girish Bellalcheru on 2014-12-06
I had a old iPad 1 and had not upgraded in years. But I was blown away by Air 2.
- Great display, brilliant colors and PPI
- loved simple games like subway surfers, temple run and the standard fare, yet to try 3D intensive games
- decent camera, nothing to brag about
- epic zen garden with the unreal engine really pushes the gfx and performs great
- price, price, price! com'on Apple you cant be this greedy
Given the really steep price its just making it unaffordable unless you are a real apple fan.
It's an iPad
by Prakhar Singh on 2014-12-04
After having used it for 5 months, here's my review:
- Bug free iOS 8.3.
- Best CPU you can get (way better than Nexus 9)
- Insane GPU. In terms of numbers (GFLOPS), the iPad's GPU is not as good as Nexus 9's, but when you take into account Apple's Metal API alongwith the ecosystem that iPad enjoys, the graphics performance of the iPad is on another level. No lags at all.
- Insanely smooth. Now I can't use android.
- Premium build.
- So, so thin.
- Battery life is poorer than last year.
Overall, this is the iPad to buy.
Comparison to Nexus 9:
Nexus 9 is inferior compared to the iPad Air 2. The iPad is faster in gaming (Metal + Apply optimizations), everything works. I see no reason to buy a Nexus 9 if you're choosing between the two.
This superiority can be seen in sales, where the iPad dominates.The iPad Air 2 is the best iPad yet, and no one even talks about the Nexus 9 anymore
My First iPAD
by Anil Kumar Khandual on 2014-12-01
This is my first IPAD experience. Although I have used my friends IPAD air before.
My personnel experience in 2 days of usage is awsome :)
1. Battery. Yes even though it has slightly less battery mah compared to ipad air, it is giving me great battery life. I have fully charged this and after 2 hours of web browsing, 2 hours of gaming and almost 12 hours standby, battery is still at 65% left which is great I beleive.
2. Great screen. Yes reflection is not much compared to previous models.
3. Camera looks good.
4. ToudhID :)
Still to experience
Too many restrictions in iOS 8.1.2
by Debeesantosh Prakash on 2015-01-09
bought this device and later replaced also.
Pros: very light weight and amazing touch response.
1. Unfortunately the 16GB one has only 10.5 available free
2. icloud was not working and even apple care executives were not able to resolve. I was able to sync in a 64 gb device, but couldn't in 16 GB ones.
3. The worst thing is from iOS 7 onwards, apple has withdrawn showing the filenames in photos and videos. Consequently, after transferring files to my ipad (via itunes), all the files were displayed as icons(all same icons) and no files names. Its a known issue. There is a tweak, but if you do it all the time you will loose substantial amount of time in that.
4. While playing the video files, the rear cover feels shaky.
5. Apple has withdrawn vlc player from its India app store, hence vlc player can no more be installed also.
I own few apple devices, but this time apple disappointed. This is an absurd logic to withdraw displaying the names of the files and no mechanism to show it. It seems like they assumed there customers can't read and should be shown icons to identify. Thinnest but a crap from Apple this time.
PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE YOU BUY
by Joy on 2016-03-07
IPAD if spoils after warranty (even after 1 day) is not repairable.
Mine was just out of warranty for 20 days.
I am at a loss. Apple is insisting I buy one more new one at 70% of the cost. Which is insane.
It's like saying its an use and throw device.
Please be careful before you make a decision to buy IPAD.
I have lost my time and patience running around Apple service centers and customer support.
IPAD IF GONE BAD IN ANY FORM IS NOT REPAIRABLE. YOU NEED TO BUY A NEW ONE !!!!!
This is my Apple case ID if anyone is interested.
by Santimoy Jana on 2016-10-17
Bought it on eve of durga puja.....its awesome.....fast and furious
The best tablet you can buy !
by Ankit Singh on 2014-11-29
With the A8X chip iPad Air 2 is the fastest of all IOS devices . And thinner than a pencil.... its INCREDIBLE ..! Don't think twice ..just go for it.......but make sure that in 16gb you'll only get 11gb of free space and the rest goes with ICLOUD ?
Best investment for a professional.
by Abhijit Routray on 2015-01-31
I have a OnePlus One which in itself is a pretty decently sized phablet so I had my concerns while going for an iPad. But I went with it because of the major overhaul it was getting hardware wise over the iPad air. I must say, I do not regret buying this utterly sexy device. I work in an MNC and I get very little time to use my gadgets but I am now guilty of using all that limited time on the iPad. I have done away with newspapers. Reading on this thing is a treat. The apps are great. The games, all of them work great, stutter free. There's a premier feel about this tablet. Productivity wise, Apple's apps take the cake. They make my job so very easy. Movies are crisp and seamless. Sound is amazing for a portable device. At least as good as HTC's Google Nexus 9. If one needs a premium, reliable tablet, I find no reason why one would not want to get this. Love this thing. And the best part ? The hardware in this is so powerful, I am pretty sure, it will last me for the next 2 years AT LEAST. Let it be noted, the Touch ID is so smooth, you will fall in love with it and any other security mechanism like passwords, Android-y patterns will irritate you.
IPAD Air 2
by Vishwanath Ramachandrarao on 2015-07-04
Shipment : Nice packing, flawless. Delivery was well ahead of time.
Product: undoubtedly, the best tablet in the market. Robust operating system, Robust set of applications, a lot of scope for creativity. I know apple products are expensive, but i would rather invest on a ipad than a iphone for a reason that it easily replaces your home computer and you can pretty much do all of your day to day tasks on your tablet without going to your laptop or desktop. I know one can achieve it on an iphone as well but you'll lose out on the screensize.
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Fabulously thin, fast and beautiful, but is it the best iPad for you?
by John Ryan on 2015-11-18
It's hard to believe that Apple could improve upon the iPad Air, but they managed it with this device, the "iPad Air 2" launched in October 2014. It's even thinner and lighter than the astonishingly slim predecessor. It has the same remarkable all day battery life, but an even faster processor, anti-glare screen, and (my personal favourite), the 'Touch ID' fingerprint reader which means I can avoid using passwords and pin numbers.
I've owned the iPad since the first one was launched in 2010, and it is, without doubt 'a thing of beauty'.
A word of warning, this is a very long review and describes the entire iPad range to help you decide the best model for you. It's broken up into sections to make it manageable, so make a tea, sit down and read on.
Q: Should I buy the Cellular option? A: Read 'Which model should I buy' below. You almost certainly don't 'need' to - as ever it always depends. Many iPads never leave home, and even when they do you can store your videos/music on the device or connect to a coffee bar hotspot to get online. If you have a smartphone (eg. Android or iPhone) you can set up a "personal hot spot" or "tethering" and use your data plan on your phone. This effectively allows you to connect a WIFI only iPad to the internet via your mobile phone while you're out and about. On an Android phone go to Setup --> Tethering & portable hotspot. On on iPhone go to Settings --> Personal Hotspot, and set up a personal WIFI network from your phone. Try it now, but be aware it may be an optional extra dependent upon your mobile phone plan.
Q: Help! There seems to be loads of 'Generations' and iPad model numbers - how can I tell which one I'm looking at? A: Yes, it's confusing, and I've provided full details below, but there's a relatively simple way to check - just see which version of iOS (the operating system) it's running. Full Size iPads: I wouldn't really recommend anything but the 'iPad Air' (iOS 7) or 'iPad Air 2' (iOS 8). Mini iPads: There's 3 generations: iPad mini 1 (iOS 6), iPad Mini 2 - 'Retina Display' (iOS7) or iPad mini 3 (iOS8). Note: You can upgrade your iPad for free to the latest version, but you may find it runs slightly slower than before.
Q: Is this the latest iPad? A: Yes. (Provided you're reading this before October 2015). Launched 16th October 2014. Likely to be superseded October 2015.
Q: How much storage aka "disk space" do I need? A: It depends. If intend to buy lots of Apps or store lots of videos and photos then go for the 64Gb or 128Gb is you need. If it's your first iPad, and you'll mainly be using it for accessing web pages and reading the odd book, then 16Gb will be fine. Be aware, you cannot increase the storaage - you can't add an SD card. You could buy a "wireless disk" - see "Accessories - What else will I need?" below.
Q: Is it easy to set up? A: Yes - very easy. Be sure to be near a WIFI connection, and the iPad will carefully take you through the steps needed to set it up. No, there's very little in the way of an instruction manual - which is a testament to the simplicity of this device. It's so easy to use most people find they don't need one. However, there are lots of books available on Amazon. Just search for 'iPad' under books if you're concerned.
Q: Does it have a USB connection? A: No. This means you can't connect just any old device, but also means you can't accidentally get a virus. To help support this, all Apps (programs) are available 'over the air' (downloaded from the Apple App Store) and vetted by Apple. You can buy a cable which means you can plug in an SD Card to download photos. Search Amazon for "lightning to sd card reader' to find these. Apple provide a free back-up service for upto 5Gb of data. Just plug in your iPad to re-charge, and it will automatically be backed up to the Apple servers (the 'cloud').
Q: Do I need a computer? A: No. All you really need is a WIFI connection. Whether an iPad could replace your laptop is another question. You can type (and print) letters, read eMails, view web pages, view photos or watch videos and listen to music on an iPad. You can even attach an external keyboard and type entire documents (this review was partly written on an iPad Air on a train). You can run MS Office or use the free Apple versions (Pages and Numbers). Personally, I find I use my iPad 90% of the time, only using a laptop to connect to the office. Whether you can get by with only an iPad is your decision based upon your needs.
Q: Does it run Microsoft Office? A: Yes. Word, Excel, Powepoint and Outlook are all now free.
Q: Can I print from the iPad? A: Yes. Provided you're running a relatively modern printer with a WIFI connection you can.
Q: Can I read books, watch films and listen to music on an iPad? A: Yes. That's what I use it for most of the time. Kindle or Apple books work beautifully. You can rent/buy films from Apple, Amazon and lots of others. You can load your music (MP3 files) on an existing computer to iTunes and sync them with the iPad or stream unlimited music from music sites including Spotify. Finally, you can stream video to your TV using a set-top box from Apple (TV), Amazon (Fire) or Google (Chromecast)
Q: Do you work for Apple or Amazon? A: A fair question that nobody has yet been brave enough to ask. No. Neither. I love the iPad, and I'm a great fan of Amazon's customer service. Fantastic technology and great service at a terrific price. What's not to get excited about? ;-)
Q: Why is the review repeated? A: I'd love to just publish it once and let everyone see it, but that's not possible on Amazon.
Which model should I buy? ==================== Skip this section if you're familiar with the range, otherwise read on.
Firstly, there's a confusing number of options available including the iPad 3rd or 4th generation, iPad Air, Air 2, Mini, Mini 2 and 3. We then have WIFI and Cellular options, all with different size storage. Bare with me, and I'll take you through them.
Which model - Full size iPad or Mini? ------------------------------------------------ The 'full size' iPad is slightly smaller than an A4 pad of paper whereas the mini is more the size of an incredibly thin paperback book (comparable in fact to the Amazon Kindle). Both iPads have a colour touch sensitive screen, and largely the same functionality, although the iPad Air 2 is now faster than it's smaller 'mini' equivalent.
In short, the main difference is physical screen size. If you plan to read books or watch video standing on train or bus, the mini is your best option. If you want the bigger screen (or perhaps faster iPad Air 2 processor), then the full size iPad is the best option.
What's the storage options? ------------------------------------ Storage (for Apps, photos or videos) start at 16g which is fine if you plan to surf the web, read books or stream video. Personally I used a 16g iPad every day for four years - it's a lot more space than many people will need. If however you intend to save lots of films or photos, then you're better off with the larger storage options. Be aware once bought, you can't add storage, so choose carefully.
Storage options are 16, 32, 64 or 128g, however, the iPad Air 2 no longer has the 32g option.
Personally, I'd take a cue from Apple sizing:-
* 16g if you're a first time iPad user or are unlikely to store lots of top-end games or video. * 64g if it's for a teenager or you plan to store lots. * 128g if you've got really deep pockets.
The 32g option is available on the range up to the iPad Air, and is a good compromise.
WIFI or Cellular? --------------------- Firstly all iPads include a WIFI connection. You can pay extra for a 'cellular' option which means you can (for an additional monthly fee) buy a data subscription from a mobile phone network, and use your iPad to surf the web when you're out an about. If however like me you have a smartphone (Android or iPhone it doesn't matter) then navigate to Settings '> Personal Hotspot and set up a password.
This means you can create a 'Personal Hotspot' using your smartphone data subscription. Also known as 'tethering', you can then connect your WIFI only iPad to the web, and off you go.
Personally, I use this every day on the train and it's just brilliant. Just as fast as a cellular iPad, but more flexible (two people can share the connection), and cheaper too. Just check your mobile contract supports tethering, and includes enough of a data allowance. Otherwise you'll run up a huge bill as you'll find your iPad uses data faster than than your smartphone.
Accessories - What else will I need ? =========================== All you 'need' is a WIFI connection - you don't even need a computer. However, there's a number of additional accessories/devices you could buy with your iPad, and it's worth doing a search on Amazon. These include:-
* An iPad cover or case - to prevent it getting scratched (definately worth buying). You can even get 'Child Proof' cases - a must have for parents with toddlers. * A wireless bluetooth speaker - to listen to music. A MUST HAVE for anyone who loves music. Sound quality incredible, and will also work with your smartphone or laptop. * A "power bank" - as an emergency battery back-up. Also great for your smartphone - never run out of battery again. * A separate keyboard - to turn your iPad into a virtual laptop. (I use mine every day on the train instead of a bulky laptop). * An Apple TV, Google Chrome or Amazon Fire TV. Means you can stream photos/video from your iPad to your TV.
Most people (me included) buy a cover (or case) to avoid scratches and bumps. Effectively you have two options:-
* Attached to the iPad by magnets, the 'cover' protects only the screen from dirt or scratches * A 'case' encloses the entire device protecting back and screen. You can also buy 'child proof' cases.
Both types automatically shut down the iPad when you close the lid (a lovely touch). You can pay a lot for an admittedly top quality cover from Apple, alternatively buy one on Amazon for a lot less. Just be careful to buy one that fits your device. You'll find your existing 'cover' (screen only) will fit almost any iPad (2nd generation to Air 2), but you'll need to be careful to buy the correct 'case' as the iPad Air and Air 2 are each thinner than previous models.
A "Bluetooth Speaker" is a fantastic way to listen to music or the radio streamed from your iPad or Smartphone, and sound quality is astonishingly good.
You can also buy a separate keyboard which turns your iPad into a virtual laptop computer. Again there's lots of options - the best I've tried, tested and reviewed are:-
* Zagg - a top quality "full' keyboard. Some models even have 'back-lit' keys - great for sitting in bed late at night * Logitec Ultrathin - a top quality "half depth' keyboard, but a pleasure to use
Again, take care to buy the keyboard which fits your particular iPad model.
Many people buy a "Power Bank" - effectively an external battery to charge your iPad or smartphone. Great for emergency power, there's hundreds available.
How about Apps? ============= Firstly, an App, is a small "application" (a program) that runs on your iPad, and there's literally thousands available from the "App Store", with the most important ones (web browser, mail, music player, word processor, spreadsheet etc) are pre-installed or free to download.
Many apps are free (frequently advertising funded with the option to "add on" stuff - but beware you can run up a huge bill).
Here's my favourites:-
* Mailbox. Incredibly slick mail app (or use the built in Apple App) (Free) * Photo & iPhoto. Built in apps to take/view/edit photos (Free) * Skype or Apple Face Time. Chat to the family for free using a video call (Free) * Evernote. Write and organise notes. Edit them on your Android, iPhone, iPad, PC or Mac (Free) * DropBox. Access your files, documents and photos on Android, iPhone, iPad, PC or Mac. (Free) * Spotify. Stream music for a monthly fee (or free with ads). Brilliant! (Free) * eBay. Buy and sell your stuff online. (Free) * Zite. Online web magazine that learns what you like. Terrific! (Free) * Kindle. Read your books from Amazon Kindle bookstore. (Free) * QuickOffice. Edit Word, Excel and Powerpoint documents (Free) * Pages, Numbers and Keynote. Apple's version of MS Office. Edit/save documents in Word, Excel andPowerpoint format. (Free) * MS Office. MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint plus Outlook (mail) all for FREE!
Of course you could also use it to read web pages (my wife is addicted to the UK based Daily Mail Online), or playing amazing games like 'Real Racing' (Free) or "Cut the Rope'.
Should I upgrade my existing iPad? ========================== Each iPad is slightly better, although each upgrade can appear a relatively small change, and you need to compare the 'full size' and 'mini' iPads separately.
* Full size: I'd upgrade anything up to the iPad 4th generation without question. The Air and Air 2 are now up to twice as fast, 33% lighter and 1/3rd thinner than the 2nd, 3rd or 4th generation device. If you already have an iPad Air it's less clear cut, and probably not worth upgrading. * iPad Mini: The upgrade from iPad Mini 1 to 2 was to an incredible screen and faster processor. The upgrade to Mini 3 adds only the 'Touch ID' fingerprint reader, and it's questionable whether it's worth paying for.
In my opinion, if you've got an iPad 4 or below, then upgrade without question - this is a much better device.
Word or warning - this section is fully of the techie statistics. Skip past if you're not that interested.
The 'full size' iPad range:-
iPad (1st Generation - Launched April 2010) ------------------------------------------------------------ * 1Ghz A4 processor with 256Mb memory and storage at 16 to 64Gb. Weighs 680g. 13.4mm thin. * 1024×768 screen, but no front or rear facing camera. * The 'Classic' iPad. Now a collectors piece - but still great to surf the web
iPad 2 (2nd Generation - Launched March 2011) ---------------------------------------------------------------- * Faster, lighter and 33% thinner than the first generation. A huge leap in performance and size. * Upgraded dual core (2 processor) A5 CPU and 512Mb memory - a faster device. Weighs 601g. Just 9mm thin. * Now includes a front and rear facing camera. * Great device, but you'll see a massive difference if you upgrade
iPad 3 (3rd Generation - Launched March 2012) ---------------------------------------------------------------- * A significant upgrade. Faster with the incredible 'retina' (2048×1536) sharp screen. * Uprated A5X CPU and quad core graphics and 1Gb memory - faster again. Weighs 650g. Still 9mm thin * Huge screen improvement to 2048×1536 pixels at 264 ppi. Incredibly sharp and clear * Upgraded cameras. 1080P (front) and 5MP (rear facing) * The last iPad to use the wide (30 Pin) connector. My wife still uses hers daily for web surfing (Oct 2014)
iPad 4 (4th Generation - Launched October 2012 - just 7 months later) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * Quite a small upgrade from the previous generation. Again you'd see a huge difference upgrading to the latest device * Guess what? Upgraded dual core A6X processor. A faster device, with the launch date moved to catch the Christmas buying period. Weighs 650g. 9mm thin. * Upgraded front facing camera (1.2MP still and 720P video) * First iPad to use the smaller narrow (Lightning) connector.
iPad Air (Launched Oct 2013) --------------------------------------- * Amazing upgrade. Twice as fast, nearly 17% thinner and shedding almost a 1/3 of the weight of the predecessor. It's an incredible device. * Blisteringly fast 64 bit A7 processor with faster memory, and a motion co-processor. Weighs 469g. (28% Lighter) and now only 7.5 mm thin. * New iPads now come with a free licence for Pages, Numbers, Keynote (Apple's version of Word, Excel and Powerpoint). Plus Garage Band, iPhoto and iMovie.
iPad Air 2 (aka iPad 6 - Launched October 2014) ----------------------------------------------------------------- * Another incredible upgrade. Now 1/3rd lighter and thinner than the iPad 4 launched just 2 years ago. * A8X Processor (faster variation on the A8 fitted to the iPhone 6) with M8 motion co-processor. Weighs 437g and only 6.1mm (18% thinner). * Touch ID fingerprint sensor (the first iPad Air to have this). Means you can effectively avoid using passwords * Improved screen now includes an 'antireflective' coating. * Improved 8MP rear facing camera (3264×2448) with 10 frames per second 'burst' mode and slow motion. Front facing camera has improved f/2.2 aperture. * Lock/silent switch has been removed (to save space), but you can mute your iPad by swiping up the 'Control Centre' * Battery is slightly smaller (7,340mAh) compared to the previous model, but the same 10 hour battery life * WIFI now supports new 'ac' standard and is dual channel 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz. Also built in barometer. * Storage options are now Small, Medium and Large. 16g, 64g or 128g. * Available in Space Grey, Silver/White and Gold.
Now the iPad Mini Range:-
iPad Mini 1 (Launched November 2012) ----------------------------------------------------- * Very first iPad mini is like an incredibly thin paperback book. Beautiful colour screen, but now a bit slow and now dated. * 1Ghz A5 processor - same as the iPad 2nd generation launched in March 2011. Weight 310g. 7mm thin. * 1024x768 (Non-retina) screen at 163ppi (pixels per inch). Good but not brilliant * 1.2MP front facing camera (720p video) and 5MP still and HD Video camera.
iPad Mini 2 (Launched October 2013) --------------------------------------------------- * Incredible screen improvement at double the pixels per inch (ppi). Faster processor and quad core graphics. Stunning! * Improved A7 processor and motion co-processor with double the memory. Much faster than the previous device * Retina display (2048×1536) is just amazing. Absolutely pin sharp screen at 326ppi it's even better than the iPad Air at 264ppi * Storage options include 16, 32, 64 and 128g. Weight 330g. 7mm thin.
iPad Mini 3 (Launched October 2014) -------------------------------------------------- * Almost no improvement. Same processor, screen and camera. Only the Touch ID fingerprint sensor added. * Nothing more to say here, and certainly not worth the upgrade from iPad Mini 2. Available in silver, grey and gold.
Overall Opinion ============ It's hard to believe the first iPad was launched in 2010, and there's a huge raft of cheaper tablet computers to choose from, but the Apple iPad is still the one to beat. I can't put it better than Wired Magazine who said: "Want the best tablet on the market? Then get the iPad Air 2. It's as near to tablet perfection as you're going to get"
Yes, there are cheaper Android based alternatives, but the quality, design and beauty of this tablet just sets it apart. If it were a car it'd be a top of the range Mercedes, BMW or Porsche.
I do hope this review was useful.
PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE YOU BUY
by Wilson Joy on 2016-03-08
IPAD if spoils after warranty (even after 1 day) is not repairable. Mine was just out of warranty for 20 days. It was bought in India. Store purchase with bill. Now I am at a loss. Apple is insisting I buy one more new one at 70% of the cost. Which is insane. It's like saying its an use and throw device.
Please be careful before you make a decision to buy IPAD. I have lost my time and patience running around Apple service centers and customer support. IPAD IF GONE BAD IN ANY FORM IS NOT REPAIRABLE IN INDIA. YOU NEED TO BUY A NEW ONE !!!!!
This is my Apple case ID if anyone is interested. 1050504324
by Amazon Customer on 2016-08-22
We had just started using the apple ipad. And today the speakers of the ipad have conked off and emitting foul sound on playing games and using facetime. Would request a prompt response on this one as my younger brother has to leave for his boarding school with the ipad.
Amazing Experience on Amazon on purchasing Apple iPad Air 2 ...
by Sunny on 2015-07-24
Amazing Experience on Amazon on purchasing Apple iPad Air 2 (Space Grey, 64GB, WiFi + Cellular) I purchased this model on July 18, 2015 for Rs. 44249/- Amazing Flat Discount of Rs. 8600. Love you Amazon and Cloudtail. Will Shop Again :)
Guys this was awesome product and working super with no issues yet
by Naveen V. on 2016-05-21
Guys this was awesome product and working super with no issues yet.package were very good and handle with care sticker and if u want to see my unboxing video [just sarch my channel in youtube (tech2helper) and find the unboxing video
Best Tablet n most certainly better than android
by ABHIJIT PAUL on 2015-11-12
No tablet can rival an iPad, built quality, display, battery life everything is superb, for rest you just to have it in your possession. All in all an awesome tablet
Position of RAM is not clear.
by UMESH C. on 2016-07-17
Under FEATURE, the RAM is stated 2 GB but under PRODUCT INFORMATION it is stated 1 GB. What sort of fraud it is ? How should I decide it's buying ?
Pricey, but a great product nevertheless
by Mukund on 2015-08-12
I got this product delivered yesterday and have been unable to put it down since. Having used cheaper Android-based tablets in the past, I never expected the most routine of surfing activities - reading newspapers, watching videos and browsing social networking websites - to be characterized by such rich experience. Though the device is very light, it cannot be held in hand for a long time if you are doing continuous reading from it. Investing in a case that can also serve as a stand would do well to complement this wonderful device.
by urmimala nath on 2015-09-13
Feature wise : Its the top of the line product with all the latest features. battery life is exceptional. User-friendly and hassle free. Display is rich. Good for graphic apps like (Procreate, Sketchbook, Artrage, etc.) if you are into digital art.
Cons: freezes 4-5 times a day. Be careful in choosing your stylus for digital painting. because of the change in the hardware of the screen there have certain alterations. As a result unlike the previous iPads it has compatibility issues with the top line stylis even Bamboo and Adonit.
Returned it. wasnt impressed.
by Rohon Nag on 2016-11-01
I returned it, I wasn't impressed by the performance. I have an ipad 2 and this wasnt a very significant upgrade, infact my old ipad 2 has better battery life than this new one!
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Apple iPad Air 2 64GB WiFi + Cellular Space Gray Specifications
Tablet Brand Apple
Tablet Type Calling
Model Name IPad Air 2
SIM Single SIM, GSM
Tablet Color Space Gray
Announced 2014, October
Part Number MGHX2HN/A
Display Size 9.7 Inches
Display Type IPS LED Capactive Touchscreen
Resolution 2048 x 1536 pixels
Display Color 16M
Display Features Multi-Touchscreen
Operating System Apple iOS 8
Processor A8X, M8 motion coprocessor
Height 240 mm
Width 169.5 mm
Depth 6.1 mm
Weight 444 gms
Dimensions 240 x 169.5 x 6.1
Rear Camera 8 MP
Front Camera Yes, 1.2 MP
Camera Features Auto Focus, Face detection, HDR, Panorama
Internal Memory 64 GB
RAM 64 GB
ROM 64 GB
3G/4G Yes, HSDPA, HSPA+
Wi-Fi Yes, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Music Player Yes, AAC, MP3, WAV
Video Player Yes, H.264. MP4
Alert types AAC (8 to 320 Kbps), Protected AAC (from iTunes Store), HE-AAC, MP3 (8 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3, 4, Audible Enhanced Audio, AAX and AAX+), Apple Lossless, AIFF and WAVUser-configurable maximum volume limit
3.5 mm Jack Yes
Bluetooth Yes, v4.0
Network Type GSM
Navigation Technology Yes, with A-GPS Support and GLONASS