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article imageApple introduces the iPad Air

By Timothy Whitt     Oct 26, 2013 in Technology
Three years ago the iPad was born. it was boxy, thick and heavy. This week on October 22 Apple announced it's fifth generation iPad and it is a beauty.
The iPad Air like it's predecessors is destined to become an immediate best seller, but is the iPad Air worth running out and buying.
Todd, who works in a local electronics outlet sees, "no real significant change in the external workings of the iPad Air," but likes the new streamlined look. He also says he thinks Apple is trying to "boost sales of the iPad," in order to try and match the success of the iPad mini.
The iPad Air has the same size display screen 9.7" but has he same sleek design as the iPad mini. It weighs just one pound, ,4 lbs lighter than previous models, making the iPad Air the lightest full size tablet in the world.
Inside the Air is, "powered by Apple's new A7 chip, helping it run apps faster and making it feel quicker overall; as well as a M7 coprocessor, bringing 64-bit desktop-class architecture to the tablet."
The iPad Air boasts a high-definition Retina Display with 2048×1536 resolution and over 3.1 million pixels.
Apple's iPad Air is set release online and at Apple Stores November 1 with prices starting at $499.
Like all other Apple releases of iPads or iPods there are sure to be longs lines at all Apple retailers of eager people who can't wait to get their hands on the new iPad Air.
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