With its latest iPad upgrade, Apple’s substantially increased the speed over last year’s model while shaving a few millimetres off the thickness, adding the excellent Touch ID fingerprint scanner and still (Apple claims) maintaining the 10 hour battery life. All at the cost of a slight $21 bump in price, taking the entry-level 16GB Wi-Fi… Continue reading
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