New iPad Air 2: 5.7-inch screen, 8GB RAM, 64GB storage, USB-C port, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Lightning port, 3D camera, 3.5mm audio jack, Apple Pencil, fingerprint reader
The new iPad Air series comes with a new 5.8-inch, 1080p display that’s an improvement over last year’s model.
The iPad Air 3 is also getting an upgrade to a 4.7 inch display.
The Apple Penciller is getting a 4-inch model.
Finally, the iPad Air Plus gets a larger display that should offer better performance.
Read more The new iPads are running iOS 10.3.2, which brings a number of new features including a new Siri Voice Control feature that lets you ask Siri to do things like turn on a light or adjust a volume.
It also includes a new Home screen with a redesigned navigation bar, a new lock screen, and a new Messages app.
There’s also a new app for iCloud storage, which lets you store messages and photos on the iPad.
The iPad Air and iPad Air Pro line up as the only iPad models with an upgraded processor and a larger screen.
The newer iPad Pro models are getting a larger 12.9-inch display and 64GB of RAM, but the iPad Mini models have the same processor and have a smaller display.
We’ll keep an eye on the performance of these devices as Apple updates the hardware in iOS 10, and you can check out our review to see how it compares to the previous models.
The new iPhones, iPads, and Macs also get new cameras, including a 16MP selfie shooter and a 5MP front-facing camera.
The new iPads have a much improved camera than the iPad mini and iPhone models.
It now has a wide-angle lens and has optical image stabilization (OIS), which makes photos look sharper than before.
The camera also has a new “Depth Perception” mode that lets it automatically focus on objects and people.
This lets you snap pictures that look like they’re in front of you.
Apple says the new camera will be more accurate, though we’re not sure how accurate it will be when it’s in full-body mode.
Apple has also improved the audio performance of the new iPads.
The iPhone 7 Plus has a 5.5-megapixel front-camera, while the iPad Pro and the iPad has a 8MP front camera.
We’re expecting the camera to have better audio quality than the iPhone and iPad, as well.
The iPads are getting an upgraded Apple PenCcil, which Apple says will improve your handwriting.
It comes with the same handwriting recognition that we’ve seen on the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8, but with more handwriting recognition options.
The Pencil can recognize letters, numbers, and symbols and even recognize handwritten writing.
It can also recognize the way you type.
You can also use it to write a message with a touch.