Just hours ago, Tim Cook and company took up to the stage at a private event at Apple's Cupertino campus to announce its latest additions to the iPad line -- the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3. Now, if we have to be completely honest, the latter doesn't bring much new to the tablet with the exception of TouchID, but that's not at all the case with the former, which obviously received much more attention from Apple -- both back at the lab and on stage.
The iPad Air 2 improves over its predecessor on several fronts -- design, performance, the imaging experience, and a bunch more -- and even scores a few firsts, both for the iPad family and the industry. So what exactly did changed in particular? Let's go through this step by step.
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