It is been almost five years since the launch of the iPad Air 2, Apple has definitely given some serious update to the iPad Air 3. Design-wise there isn’t much change but you get a more powerful device this time. Obviously, the iPad Air 3 doesn’t have fancy USB-C port, magnetic pencil connector like in the iPad Pro. It stands right in between the original iPad and the new iPad Pro. If you are wondering whether you should upgrade from your older iPad Air 2 or about to buy your first iPad, this post will help you.
Display Is The Biggest Improvement
The obvious thing that you will note as soon you pick the iPad Air 3 is the display. By shrinking the bezels, Apple has given us a 10.5-inch display in the same form factor of iPad Air 2. For the reference, the older iPad Air 2…
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