I went to the comments section to read user experiences. But I got disappointed because there are more bashers than actual users. I have an iPad 2 and I've been using it for 1.5years. The only thing i didn't like about the iPad 2 is its weight. It's not yet officially released in my country so I haven't personally tried this device and I actually wanna hear some comments from people who have this device. I really don't get why fandroids are being so sensitive with this device. If you didn't like this device, it's probably not meant for you and apple doesn't care.
honey singh's blue eyes is jst too gud....but d person chatin wid honeysinghs name is for sure a person who has not even handled d phone
The question here is: why would you buy clumsy heavy big iPad 4? Of course you buy the iPad Air!
pp, 19 Nov 2013which one will i choose to buy i pad air or ipad 4 now? please answer me The question here is: why would you buy clumsy heavy big iPad 4? Of course you buy the iPad Air!
pp, 19 Nov 2013which one will i choose to buy i pad air or ipad 4 now? please answer me buy ipad Air
zia, 18 Nov 2013Can any body tell , this device working on 2G+3G cellular??????????? The cellular model of iPad Air works on 2G and 3G and 4G.
pp, 18 Nov 2013which one will i choose to buy i pad air or ipad 4 now? please answer me buy galaxy note 10 2014
Anyone here with the ipad air, I wanna hear your taughts on the screen, look to see if there is any yellow tint anywhere.
XHZTIAN VENGUA, 17 Nov 2013is there a flash on the rear camera??? pls advise thanks..No
ALTAMIMI, 17 Nov 2013I LOVE IT!!!! is it worth to buy? please replyWell, it's absolutely worth it because of a lot of things. If you have time, check out reviews on Google, it has received a lot of positive feedback.
ios sucks, 15 Nov 2013I didn't say that Apple weren't innovative, I said they aren't anymore. And they haven't been ... moreAgain please dont be a victim of companies mind and speech games.
First you should know that being able to support more than 4 gb ram is a feature of 64bitbuilt chips not the purpose of it. 64 bit chips improve speed,support for complicated apps that can mimic full programs on computers but in a whole different mobile form factor not just copy and paste which all should agree that ios has the best best apps and by that i mean professionaly built apps.Android has a lot of apps but as you might agree they are not always intuitive or.take full advantage of the screen,processor etc.
The thing you have heard about 64 bit chip and that i should have 4 gb to work is invalid because that statement was made by qualcomm which the next day said it was a mistake they did on the interview and said they will be building for itself in the future and after two weeks they fired their employee who said the things about 64 bit architecture and 4gb .
Next im surprised that nobody knows that before Motorola Atrix that had fingerprint scanner there has been another phone the HTC Shift with that.And before them there have been laptops with it.And nobody of them had a good one they didnt work well.Look at the 5s you can open the phone in an instant and never fails to recorgnize. So the notion that Apple copied Motorola is totally wrong. Apple copied technology. There is a thing apple somehow copied from google.Its the new safari on ios 7 . I love costumization on Android and what they did with widgets by bringing them in the homepage but i also love how ios mever lets you down on the tasks you give it . The perfect OS according to me would be a cross between Android costumization of widgets and IOS apps + stability
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2013hahahah lyes pretty sure .. what the hell are you talking about.. most android fans nowdays lo... moreI didn't say that Apple weren't innovative, I said they aren't anymore. And they haven't been since the resignation of Steve Wozniac... Nah that's an exaggeration, they haven't been innovative since the death of Steve jobs. Yes, the ipad air has a processor that can address more than 4GB of memory (which is useless if you have 1GB) and yes Apple followed the tracks of Motorola by implementing a fingerprint scanner on a smartphone. But you're right about the multi touch screen, but that was before the death of Steve jobs back when they were vaguely innovative.