“CNNMoney gave two nursery school classmates a brand new iPad Air 2 and let them loose in our studios for a (very) non-scientific stress test,” Erica Fink reports fro CNNMoney.
“Good news for iPad owners: You can literally throw the device from the top of a 12-foot staircase and see it survive,” Fink reports. “(A note: CNN’s newsrooms have a thin layer of carpeting, but the iPad endured nearly a dozen such plunges.)”
“How might Siri react if held down for minutes at a time? How does the LCD display do under the sole of a Spiderman Stride Rite? And most perilously, how does the anodized aluminum case do when dropped many, many times?” Fink reports. “The answer: very well.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Edward W.” for the heads up.]
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