“The most important thing about Apple’s iPad Air is the fact that it is now a one-handed device,” Matthew Panzarino reports for TechCrunch.
“Previous generations of the full-size 9.7″ iPad could not be held in a single hand for long periods of extended periodical reading or web browsing,” Panzarino reports. “This new version fixes that by making it much, much lighter. It weighs in at just 1lb, .4lbs lighter than the iPad 4.”
“In our hands-on tests this difference in weight was marked, and made for a hugely different experience,” Panzarino reports. “Users who may have wanted a lighter tablet, but didn’t want to sacrifice screen real-estate to move to an iPad mini will probably be pleased.”
Read more in the full article here.
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