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Ipad Air 2 MGTY2LL/A 9.7-Inch 128GB (Silver)
The Apple iPad Air 2 is incredibly light, thin and capable. A solid upgrade of its prior generation, it has a robust A8X chip with 64-bit architecture. What's more, it has a gorgeous and generous high-definition 9.7-inch screen that makes it the perfect display for the images you'll capture wit
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Specifications
Screen Size
9.7 inches
Screen Resolution
2048x1536
Max Screen Resolution
2048x1536
Processor
1.5 GHz
RAM
1 GB DDR2
Memory Speed
1600 MHz
Graphics Coprocessor
PowerVR SGX543megapixels4
Wireless Type
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Average Battery Life (in Hours)
10 hours
Series
iPad Air 2
Hardware Platform
Mac
Operating System
iOS 8Color
Rear Webcam Resolution
5 MP
Processor Brand
Apple
Processor Count
2
Computer Memory Type
SIMM
Flash Memory Size
128 GB
Hard Drive Rotational Speed
1 RPM
Battery Type
Lithium Polymer (LiPo)
Batteries
1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
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APPLE
Description
The Apple iPad Air 2 is incredibly light, thin and capable. A solid upgrade of its prior generation, it has a robust A8X chip with 64-bit architecture. What's more, it has a gorgeous and generous high-definition 9.7-inch screen that makes it the perfect display for the images you'll capture with the device's iSight camera. The 8-MP camera has advanced optics, an improved sensor and an image signal processor that returns detailed and near cinematic imagery every time. Even video calls are high-resolution and stunning. Also, for such a small package, the speakers produce an oversized sound. Lastly, you get faster connectivity, iCloud functionality, iOS 8, and a fingerprint sensor ensures that the device remains secure at all times.
  • Apple iOS 8; 9.7-Inch Retina Display; 2048 x 1536 Resolution
  • A8 X Chip with 64-bit Architecture; M8 Motion Coprocessor
  • Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n/ac); 128 GB Capacity
  • 8 MP iSight Camera; FaceTime HD Camera
  • Up to 10 Hours of Battery Life
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The Pros, Cons and Oks for the iPad Air 2 (HR).
by Valued Customer on December 01, 2016
 
 
 
 
 
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Pros:_- Super light, amazingly slim, and sleek. Consider the best on the market.- Its A8X chip is powerful and fast and there is not lag or any form of slow down. Everyday using it feels like you just bought it yesterday.- Very comfortable and feels extremely solid. You can hold it all day since Apple always puts quality over price.- Put a keyboard on it and you have a laptop replacement for your daily web browsing.- 1,536 x 2,048 resolution beats a hell of a lot of televisions / monitors on the market.- Glare has not yet become a factor in me enjoying this. This machine basically knows when it's bright out and when it's dark out so the screen itself adapts so you can view it with little glare effect.- Just like the iPhone, the slow motion video works like a charm.- Split View does work well when my emails are open while I'm browsing the internet or editing my photos.- No glitches with the screen at all as the retina screen touch panel works without a hitch.- One of the few tablets that have an accurate battery life as 10 hours is almost right down to number when I need to charge it. This includes web surfing, gaming, videos, and music playing more than 2 hours each, some at the same time (music + web surfing).- Love that you don't need to shut down your apps when you're done because Apple has done a really great job in making sure apps that you're not using will not eat the battery away.- This is a must buy for a Netflix binge watching in bed as there is a great reduction in reflection and its improved color / contrast ratio.- I've taken it to the beach and was able to view it clearly when the sun was shining high.- Speaker is quite impressive give the size of it. The sound is rich and has a good base, way better than I expected.- Cheaper than the IPad Pro and really no reason why you need to buy the pro.- As mention before, no matter what type of lighting you're in the Air makes sure that each color contrast is accurate as it adapts to your lighting (such as when I was at the beach).- Apple is moving forward and all I can say is thank god the 3.5mm headphone jack was built in before Apples big change.- Wi-Fi is super-fast as there are two antennae with the use of 802.11ac technology, making the upload and download rate quick.- With Skype this is the best to have as its dual microphones allowed me to at far way distance and still my voice will be heard crystal clear.- 1080 videos are always consistent and the only layout I use when there is an event at my home.- Charging is fast as well. After only 30 minutes it went from 0 to 15 percent. Pretty impressive.- When I put it in rest, the next day I only saw, on an average, 1-2 percent drop in battery.The Cons and Oks:_- If you have the first gen iPad Air there is no justification to really upgrade.- Not waterproof, you'll be freaking out every time you take it outside.- When I switch to video mode I some noise coming inside the Air which caught me off guard. Firmware fixed this issue.- When viewing my photos on slideshow it will crash time to time. It will suddenly shut out of the app and bring me to the home screen. This doesn't happen every time but it's enough to post it from my experience.- Sometimes my photos will not sync up which was annoying, but an apple employee was able to fix the issue.- Once out of a hundred times going online the Wi-Fi on Air was dead slow. The solution I found was to shut the tablet down completely and wait for 5 minutes before turning it on again.- No more built-in mute switch as you'll need to go into the control panel if you want to mute the air.- Full brightness will eat double the amount of battery life when gaming /watching a video, which makes sense. I only wish the Air will notify me when the brightness level has reached its maximum.- When you're playing some high power games your battery life will fall dramatically. Not a good idea if you're planning a road trip and all you have is real racing.- It's like a book so it's annoying when you're at a concert and some guy in front of you takes this out. You're basically going to view the concert on what he's filming. Not a great idea if you want to meet new friends.- The speakers are not in the best place as I sometimes have my hands covering them when I'm watching something in landscape form. Hope one day Apple will build a tablet with front facing speakers.- Front facing camera is identical to the iPhone 6 which is perfectly fine.- Touch ID works like a charm and still is unable to function if your fingers are sweaty. If you're at the gym with this I advise that you switch to the digital password as your fingers will be sweaty and the Touch sensors will not recognize it (at least that is what I do).Bottom Line:_I can summarize it in two words: future proof. This tablet is fast, slim, beautiful in quality and design. The battery life is accurate in what Apple has stated and is �almost a device that you can replace your computer with. Like any device, there are some glitches but firmware updates have fixed the problem as I honestly can't find a hard line reason why not to buy this Air.Personally, I don't like taking videos or pictures with this if I'm out. This device is not built to take it to a festival and start filming with it as my iPhone can do a great job on its own. When I see someone who trying to film with any iPad I only see a giant magnet attracting pickpockets. Now if I'm at home that's a different story because I will be using this first when a party or a special event is happening.If you're into filming and photography this a great device to begin your career as is cheaper and easier to use than paying a hefty price for high-end equipment, if you're still trying to get into these industries (keep in mind that 32GB is not that much). But if this is still out of your price range then I recommend the Galaxy Tab or Nexus as these are also great alternatives to the Air.Overall it's a great tablet, but it's only a tablet. With only a 32GB storage (not taking into account ICloud) this is not a 2 in 1 tablet as this is a device you'll get after your computer. The Surface Pro is still considered the best around for 2 in 1 tablets as the Apple needs to enter this market soon. The IPad Air 2 is an experience enough to go into Best Buy to see it for yourself. This is the perfect time to buy because the pricing is dropping on these devices and even if the next iPad Air models come out this one will still hold its ground. Verdict: It's almost perfect and is a real treat for those who have it (its brand new).Hopefully I was a help to you,Love,Honest Reviewer

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Ultra-fast, great screen and it tested 56% more powerful than my iPad Air!
by Valued Customer on November 04, 2014
 
 
 
 
 
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�We own 4 generations of the Apple iPad devices. They are the iPad 2, the iPad3, the iPad Air and the iPad Air 2. We each use the tablets about 8 hours per day for photography editing, video taking and editing and working on the internet. I am extremely familiar with the products and we own a total of 16 tablets using Apple, HP and Android technologies.In my attached video I have tried to do a comparison between several of the product generations and the overall performance. Physically the iPad Air 2 is about the same, appearance wise, to the iPad Air. If you look closely you will see some differences. The iPad Air 2 is 18% thinner and a little lighter in weight. The Retina display is better as it is thinner and the colors and clarity is much better to my eyes. The parallax side views are clearer and the colors are deeper and more realistic. It still has 264 pixels per inch and it is an excellent video device. The iPad Air 2 has the newer finger print sensor on the home button. The rear facing camera is in a different location on the back of the tablet and so your iPad Air cases will not work as they will interfere with your taking photos. The microphone ports on the tablet have moved and I show the new locations in my video. The portal holes for the stereo speakers are just one row now and larger and the speakers are louder sounding. Not a major difference but it is noticeable. The slide switch on the side of the tablet for the mute/screen lock rotate is gone now. You have to make those adjustments in the operating system of the tablet now or use the sound volume switches.The major differences in the tablet are the ones regarding performance. The CPU and GPU in the iPad Air are just very powerful. In my benchmarking I found the iPad Air 2 to be 56 % faster in performing standard tasks and the GPU graphics speed is 2.5 times faster. The 3D GPU test on the iPad Air 2 was 24157 versus 9051 for the iPad Air which is 2.69 times better. In using a bench marking software the iPad Air was 40129 as a benchmarks and the iPad Air 2 was 62482 which is a major improvement. You can see it in using the tablet, loading apps, browsing the internet and editing videos. My wife's older iPad 2 was only benchmarked at 15010 so the iPad Air 2 is 4.16 times faster and more powerful. That is a dramatic improvement in only a few years.The camera on the front and the back of the tablet are improved. The rear facing camera is now an 8 Mega Pixel camera with improved signal processing. The photos are 3264 by 2448 pixels in resolution and the video is 1080P HD. You can take time lapse video, have exposure control, take slow motion video at 120 fps, bust mode photographs, timer mode photos and high resolution panorama shots.Browsing on the internet is faster and pulling up web sites and videos on the internet is just smooth and fast. The signal is stronger for the WIFI and things just pull up faster. Even syncing with iTunes is faster.This is an excellent product and my wife loves hers which was a surprise gift from me. I had it engraved for her to make sure that I didn't take it and claim it was mine.I own 16 different tablets and have extensively used them all. When it comes to getting a top quality tablet you cannot go wrong with the Apple iPad Air 2. I rated it at 5 stars.If you have any questions please contact me and I will try to help answer your question if I can.Several people have asked me in comments and also via email if I recommend a nice iPad Air 2 case. I really like the ZooGue magnetic tilt case. It is highly protective of your tablet and it is by far the best tilting tablet case I have used on any iPad. Here is a link to that product.Best iPad Air 2 Case Prodigy Elite By ZooGue

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The Pros, Cons and Oks for the iPad Air 2 (HR).
by Valued Customer on December 01, 2016
 
 
 
 
 
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Pros:_- Super light, amazingly slim, and sleek. Consider the best on the market.- Its A8X chip is powerful and fast and there is not lag or any form of slow down. Everyday using it feels like you just bought it yesterday.- Very comfortable and feels extremely solid. You can hold it all day since Apple always puts quality over price.- Put a keyboard on it and you have a laptop replacement for your daily web browsing.- 1,536 x 2,048 resolution beats a hell of a lot of televisions / monitors on the market.- Glare has not yet become a factor in me enjoying this. This machine basically knows when it's bright out and when it's dark out so the screen itself adapts so you can view it with little glare effect.- Just like the iPhone, the slow motion video works like a charm.- Split View does work well when my emails are open while I'm browsing the internet or editing my photos.- No glitches with the screen at all as the retina screen touch panel works without a hitch.- One of the few tablets that have an accurate battery life as 10 hours is almost right down to number when I need to charge it. This includes web surfing, gaming, videos, and music playing more than 2 hours each, some at the same time (music + web surfing).- Love that you don't need to shut down your apps when you're done because Apple has done a really great job in making sure apps that you're not using will not eat the battery away.- This is a must buy for a Netflix binge watching in bed as there is a great reduction in reflection and its improved color / contrast ratio.- I've taken it to the beach and was able to view it clearly when the sun was shining high.- Speaker is quite impressive give the size of it. The sound is rich and has a good base, way better than I expected.- Cheaper than the IPad Pro and really no reason why you need to buy the pro.- As mention before, no matter what type of lighting you're in the Air makes sure that each color contrast is accurate as it adapts to your lighting (such as when I was at the beach).- Apple is moving forward and all I can say is thank god the 3.5mm headphone jack was built in before Apples big change.- Wi-Fi is super-fast as there are two antennae with the use of 802.11ac technology, making the upload and download rate quick.- With Skype this is the best to have as its dual microphones allowed me to at far way distance and still my voice will be heard crystal clear.- 1080 videos are always consistent and the only layout I use when there is an event at my home.- Charging is fast as well. After only 30 minutes it went from 0 to 15 percent. Pretty impressive.- When I put it in rest, the next day I only saw, on an average, 1-2 percent drop in battery.The Cons and Oks:_- If you have the first gen iPad Air there is no justification to really upgrade.- Not waterproof, you'll be freaking out every time you take it outside.- When I switch to video mode I some noise coming inside the Air which caught me off guard. Firmware fixed this issue.- When viewing my photos on slideshow it will crash time to time. It will suddenly shut out of the app and bring me to the home screen. This doesn't happen every time but it's enough to post it from my experience.- Sometimes my photos will not sync up which was annoying, but an apple employee was able to fix the issue.- Once out of a hundred times going online the Wi-Fi on Air was dead slow. The solution I found was to shut the tablet down completely and wait for 5 minutes before turning it on again.- No more built-in mute switch as you'll need to go into the control panel if you want to mute the air.- Full brightness will eat double the amount of battery life when gaming /watching a video, which makes sense. I only wish the Air will notify me when the brightness level has reached its maximum.- When you're playing some high power games your battery life will fall dramatically. Not a good idea if you're planning a road trip and all you have is real racing.- It's like a book so it's annoying when you're at a concert and some guy in front of you takes this out. You're basically going to view the concert on what he's filming. Not a great idea if you want to meet new friends.- The speakers are not in the best place as I sometimes have my hands covering them when I'm watching something in landscape form. Hope one day Apple will build a tablet with front facing speakers.- Front facing camera is identical to the iPhone 6 which is perfectly fine.- Touch ID works like a charm and still is unable to function if your fingers are sweaty. If you're at the gym with this I advise that you switch to the digital password as your fingers will be sweaty and the Touch sensors will not recognize it (at least that is what I do).Bottom Line:_I can summarize it in two words: future proof. This tablet is fast, slim, beautiful in quality and design. The battery life is accurate in what Apple has stated and is �almost a device that you can replace your computer with. Like any device, there are some glitches but firmware updates have fixed the problem as I honestly can't find a hard line reason why not to buy this Air.Personally, I don't like taking videos or pictures with this if I'm out. This device is not built to take it to a festival and start filming with it as my iPhone can do a great job on its own. When I see someone who trying to film with any iPad I only see a giant magnet attracting pickpockets. Now if I'm at home that's a different story because I will be using this first when a party or a special event is happening.If you're into filming and photography this a great device to begin your career as is cheaper and easier to use than paying a hefty price for high-end equipment, if you're still trying to get into these industries (keep in mind that 32GB is not that much). But if this is still out of your price range then I recommend the Galaxy Tab or Nexus as these are also great alternatives to the Air.Overall it's a great tablet, but it's only a tablet. With only a 32GB storage (not taking into account ICloud) this is not a 2 in 1 tablet as this is a device you'll get after your computer. The Surface Pro is still considered the best around for 2 in 1 tablets as the Apple needs to enter this market soon. The IPad Air 2 is an experience enough to go into Best Buy to see it for yourself. This is the perfect time to buy because the pricing is dropping on these devices and even if the next iPad Air models come out this one will still hold its ground. Verdict: It's almost perfect and is a real treat for those who have it (its brand new).Hopefully I was a help to you,Love,Honest Reviewer

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Wonderful
by Valued Customer on November 29, 2016
 
 
 
 
 
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Wonderful iPad , 32gig is really enough unless you download tons otherwise it's perfect

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The Ipad air 2 is still very well worth it, even in early 2017
by Valued Customer on February 04, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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The Ipad air 2 is still very well worth it, even in early 2017.I use it mainly for media consumption, surfing the web, playing the occasional games. Nothing too ""pro"" and I think Ipads are meant for this type of use. This particular model, which is now over 2 years old does all that very well, it is still quick and snappy. No lagging, even after running Garageband, Netflix, chrome with multiple tabs open and whatever game all at the same time, switching between those apps in a quick manner just to see if the Ipad would slow down nothing, it handles this type of actions and heavy usage very well. Recommended!PD: The Anker keyboard case is a perfect match!EDIT! (1 year later)Still perfect! I can say the same things I said before and it all applies to 2018Just wanted to share a picture of the iPad running gta vice city xD sorry for the yellow lighting.

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Best Christmas present I got this year!
by Valued Customer on January 13, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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Love it. Came very quickly once it shipped and I use it non stop. I have an iPhone and the system is very easy to use for me, only too a couple minutes to set up and I even downloaded one of my college textbooks to it for a lower price than the hardcover and obviously it weighs a lot less. I love it and seller was fantastic!

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Great Buy
by Valued Customer on March 25, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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I received the I pad in two days, it was a surprise for my wife Cathy. Her previous I pad was at least 5 years old. It was slow, Cathy had a hard time down loading articles and was getting frustrated. She absolutely loves the new I pad Air 2. It's download speed is great, the resolution of the screen is greatly improved over her previous model and I love the seri aspect of the I pad. I would recommend a buy on this item coupled with the case that I bought a few days latter for the I pad.

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Awesome tablet
by Valued Customer on December 06, 2016
 
 
 
 
 
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Checked online black friday for a good tablet and research on CNET for the best tablet on a good price and the ipad air 2 beat the current android tablets. So far very happy with it.

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It has it's niche
by Valued Customer on June 16, 2015
 
 
 
 
 
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There are plenty of five star Apple gushers posted here so I don't need to be one. This review is aimed at anyone who may be in the same category as myself, non-Appleite first time iPad owner. I bought this device mainly for aviation use with one of the electronic flight bag packages such as Foreflight, Garmin Pilot or WingX Pro. I bought the wifi only version not realizing it has no gps but thats not such a big problem as an external Bluetooth gps device such as the Bad Elf or Dual Electronics is about the same additional cost the cellular iPad would have been. The problem is there's a bug in iOS 8.3 and these external gps modules no longer work with the iPad, at least not until June 30th when the next upgrade is scheduled to be released.Aside from that however this iPad Air 2 is exceptionally thin and light with a bright screen and with any one of a variety of pilot specific knee pads will strap right on and replace all of the charts, forms and booklets that normally need to be carried for a length cross country flight.Again, targeted for someone like myself, I have to say that you need to be aware of the ""limitations"" of owning an Apple device such as this. There are no external ports for USB or SD media and no conventional file system so copying stuff onto and off of the iPad or using it to go camping sans a wifi connection is a bit of a challenge. I'm not saying it's incapable but an additional device is required and you need to learn to do things Steve Jobs' way. He certainly was a visionary but try using anything from Adobe on an Apple and you quickly see how his personality is infused into the devices he was instrumental in creating.I have an Asus Zenbook laptop and the iPad cannot in any sense hope to replace that or compete with it's capabilities but then the Zenbook did cost about twice as much and is about three times as heavy so the iPad definitely has it's place and I think it will grow on me.

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Amazing upgrade
by Valued Customer on November 01, 2014
 
 
 
 
 
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Couldn't wait to upgrade to the iPad Air 2.Our old iPad was the iPad 2nd generation. So, it's quite a leap for us getting the iPad Air 2.- Form -The first thing we noticed was how light and thin it is. Then you turn on the screen, and wow. The retina display is amazing, especially since we've come from the iPad 2nd gen which did not have the retina display.- The difference -Aside from it was time to upgrade for us, one of the biggest attractors is TouchID. Touch ID on the iPhone is amazing. It's the perfect blend of security and usability.Now TouchID comes to the iPad, and it's even better. The TouchID button feels solid. The silver ring (or gold if you get the gold) around the touch plate is distinctive and elegant.- The color -So with the iPad Air, you have the color options (Silver, Gold, Space Gray).We'd never tried the other colors before (there was only white and black back when we got our old iPad).The reason we got the Silver is because that's all they had at the store. A silver and a gold. Gold seemed a little much for us, and we would have been happy with the Space gray, but we've come to really like the white front and silver edges of the silver.I thought the back of the iPad would be the same brilliant silver color, but it's actually only on the TouchID, the edges of the iPad, and the Apple logo on the back. The rest of the back casing is the finely brushed aluminum.- Drawbacks? -Drawbacks is too strong a word when dealing with such an elegant piece, but there are a few wrinkles that we encountered when first using the iPad Air 2.1. Form FactorThe edges are more narrow, this is not new to the iPad Air 2, but upgrading from the 2nd gen iPad, it's been an adjustment of how to hold it without fear of dropping. On the iPad 2nd gen, there was plenty of space on the side for your thumb to hold on to. Now that space is smaller, and has taken more adjustment than we thought.2. Where did the Sound go?Somehow along the way, we locked the sound. Some apps just wouldn't produce sound, and the keyboard and the sleep button wouldn't give their little clicks.We thought something was wrong with it. We adjusted the volume up. Checked the settings.Turns out there's no silence button like on the iPad 2nd gen.However, there is a button (we discovered) if you swipe up from the bottom of the screen that has a bell on it. It's the mute button.Somehow, I must have hit that button, and it caused most of the apps to go silent.3. iCould RestoreI used an iCloud backup of our old iPad, and then used that to restore to the new one saving (we had hoped) our settings from our apps and such.The restore did help to save our old iPad settings, backdrop, and apps, but a few apps lost their history/data. Not a big deal, but definitely an inconvenience when game data was lost. Maybe that's the apps fault for not storing their data in the right place.The restore put back the apps we had on our old iPad, except for the apps made by Apple such as Pages, Numbers, Keynote. Those ones took the longest to get on the iPad, and I had to go to the purchases section and download them. Weird.The other question we had after the restore was where was the Passbook app?We set up Apple Pay, and knew that it used Passbook, but where was the app (like the iPhone has)?I thought that maybe our restore kicked out some of the default apps, but after a lot of searching (ain't searching the internet hard work?), I found out that there is no Passbook App, or Health App, or Voice Memo App that comes with the iPad Air 2 (at least as of this writing).I thought it would have the new stock apps that come with the new iPhones, but it doesn't have them (health, passbook, even weather). So that took a little bit of searching to figure out.The process of the restore itself was easy (minus those questions). It said it could take 6 hours, but it doesn't tie up the iPad for all that time. It restores settings, then lets you use the iPad while the apps are downloaded.- Final Thoughts -The iPad Air 2 is light. It's thin, and it's oh so beautiful.The ease of the Touch ID makes it worth it as security that most of us use for the 4 digit pass codes doesn't help much when someone is looking over your shoulder. The Touch ID makes it so easy, and if you don't have an iPhone 6, you can use Apple Pay with the iPad. More and more retailers are accepting Apple Pay for web payments too.It's a great iPad. You will love it.

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Air I pad 32 gb
by Valued Customer on January 04, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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Love it takes great pictures and fast and has some new apps I didn't know about!Real plus is the niv bible 50th addition

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Apple still doesn't support multiple user profiles for the iPad
by Valued Customer on July 25, 2016
 
 
 
 
 
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It is frustrating iPad still does not support multiple user profiles. My wife and I share this device with our 3 year old son. When he uses it, we would love to be able to only allow certain content (disabling iMessage, simplified Facetime allowing calls to certain family only, only allows certain apps, etc.). And after he logs off, we would love to log into our unique profiles so we could each use iMessage from the same device.For me this issue reflects how Apple has lost its focus on the user experience. It seems like an easy no-brainer feature to include, and its absence speaks to stagnation of iOS support for tablets. I am not surprised how iPad sales continue to decline. Tim Cook says iPad is a desktop replacement yet without multiple user profiles, iPad isn't a great family computer, which is a hallmark use-case for desktop PCs.

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