This is my new favorite ipad. I love that the screen is more responsive than all the other ones I’ve tried. It’s not a bad thing if you prefer the display to look better, but you have to respect the fact that the screen is smaller.

The air line from the new ipad is a lot thinner and lighter. That makes it feel like you’re holding a real iPad and it also means that every time you tap the screen you’re actually touching your finger. This is probably the only thing that has ever made me feel like I’m actually holding an ipad.

Ive had some issues with my iPad 3 but this is the first time Ive noticed a screen that feels like a real iPad. My iPad 4 took a little longer to learn the new interface, but this feels like a great improvement.

Ive just got a 9.7 and its really thick, you cant really tap it without hitting the right buttons, It takes a lot of effort to get the screen to switch modes on and the bottom bezel is definitely an issue, but I feel like this is a really good screen and I really love it.

For some reason, this is the first ipad I’ve had that feels really good on the retina display. This is due to the bezel, and I think I prefer it when it is on my iPad 3. I do notice a slight lag when I move the screen around, but that just seems to make it easier to use and not a biggie for me.

It really is a great screen. I wish I had an iPad 3, but with the new iPad Air, I can use this as an iPad 2 (and get all of the iPhone goodness). It also looks gorgeous on an iPad 3, which is why I think it is one of the best ipads I have had. The bezel is so small, and it feels amazing to hold. Ive even spent some time in the app drawer and it fits the iPad 2 perfectly.

The iPad Air is still only available in the US. It’s available in Canada and a handful of other countries. I do think it is a very good screen overall and I think they should bring it to all countries and regions. The app drawer, apps, and design makes it a fantastic product that’s worth checking out. I have a feeling that in a few years, the iPad Air will be the standard for all the devices, including the iPhone, which would be a sad day for tablets.

I like the design and the apps, but it has a few issues with the iPad Air. One being that the iPad Air uses the same resolution as the iPad 2 (320 x 480) which is really annoying. I also feel that the app drawer in the app is kind of messy. It will be nice if they just fix this issue.

I have no idea why ipad air has a built-in app drawer, but I think it would be nice if they did. I don’t want to get into the whole design of the iPad Air, but what I do want to talk about is the speed with which it can do things. For example, the app can now load multiple images in an instant. This is great, but it’s not that fast.

I think that the app drawer is just a design choice to make the iPad Air look more like the iPhone. The fact is that it would be nice to have the app drawer on the iPhone so you could just grab an app and get on with being a better human being.