Upgrading To Ipad Air

Discussion in 'iPad Air Forum' started by I_luv_Apple, Oct 25, 2013.

  1. Pharlap

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    Can you tell everyone hear what the sound quality is like
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    24 hour delivery dates.. I wish my 5S was that instead I had to wait 3 weeks lol
     
  3. I_luv_Apple

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    Hi there! The sound quality is very much similar to the iPad 4 which is what I had previously. It's just really fast and I love how light this is!
     
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    I've still got the iPad 1. I bought it when they first came out. Since I mostly use my iPad for mobile browsing, I've never really seen a need to upgrade -- until now. I think I'll be pulling the trigger on the Air because I really like the features, especially the thin form factor and light weight.

    I'll be getting the cellular model. I find tethering is a pain -- Having to remember to turn the phone's tethering function on and off as I move to and from my home's WiFi network is clumsy. I'm in and out a lot during the day.

    My provider (Roger's in Canada) lets me combine devices and draw directly from my phone's data plan for an extra $11 bucks a month, so I don't have to pay through the nose for another plan.
     
  5. I_luv_Apple

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    It's weird... It very much feels like the iPad mini but with a larger screen.
     
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  7. I_luv_Apple

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    Should I hold off for the. I I or go for it?? Bbb
     
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    I'm sorry- should I hold off for the mini or just go for the air? I'm stressing about this!!
     
  10. I_luv_Apple

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    It depends on your needs. I think the iPad mini is a tad to small for me in terms of reading work,plus I use my iPad to read and respond to work related emails/documents. However if you use it predominantly for reading books as my daughter does then it's perfect for her needs. The iPad air is as light the mini now. I love the dimensions of the screen.
     

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