iPad Air 2 review choice for different takes
The iPad Air 2 will be flying off shelves over the next few days with Black Friday and the holiday shopping season almost underway. The latest Apple full-sized tablet has been well received, and a good way of getting some overall insight into a device is to take a look at a video review. We’ve gathered some of the best together for our iPad Air 2 review choice offering some different takes on the tablet.
You can check out full specs and more details on the iPad Air 2 in our earlier articles on it at the link provided. These include specs breakdowns and also video comparisons of it against other tablets such as the Google Nexus 9 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5. We often recommend a good video review for a device for some good all-round looks at it and all the information you need, but it can be a good idea to check out more than one for alternative perspectives.
The first YouTube video we want to recommend comes from Phone Arena. We’ve embedded it below this story and it covers many of the most important aspects of the tablet. These include the design, display, performance, software experience, battery life, price and more. It also discusses the difference between the iPad Air 2 and the original iPad Air, which could be useful to those wondering whether to upgrade. A neat summary is given at the end of the review and the reviewer says, “as a tablet it pretty much reigns supreme.”
The next YouTube video comes from Pocketnow, and as you would expect it covers similar points to the first review on the iPad Air 2. In the introduction we hear that there are still some new tablets worth getting excited about and that one of these is the iPad Air 2. It goes into the hardware, software, camera usage including sample images and video footage, gaming, speaker quality and more. Finally we get to the wrap-up, in which the reviewer says that Apple’s consistency comes into play with the iPad Air 2 and that it’s another solid tablet offering.
The final YouTube review in our roundup comes from TechnoBuffalo for yet another take on the device. Again you’ll get more looks at the tablet when the design and build is discussed, and you’ll also see how the fingerprint sensor set-up works. The review offers another good overview of the iPad Air 2 and although the slimness of the tablet is admired the reviewer notes that he would have sacrificed some of that slimness for a little more battery life. This review also gives a rating for the iPad Air 2 and it scores 8.5 out of 10.
Checking out all three of the reviews beneath this article will help you make a truly informed decision about whether the Apple iPad Air 2 is the right tablet for you. Have you made up your mind whether to purchase the iPad Air 2 or not? Do let us know by sending your comments.