I have an iPad Air that is housed in a CaseCrown Omni case (thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-ipad-air-case). A few days ago the iPad fell from my hand onto a table that was about a foot below. The iPad landed on it's back and there is no visible damage. However, it now feels a little laggy at times, especially while scrolling articles on the NY Times app, at times while browsing in Safari, and seems to miss a frame every now and then while playing games (I've tested it with Real Racing 3 and Infinity Blade 2). The search bar on the home screen and the screen rotation function while browsing the App Store seem to be the worst offenders with very perceptible lags. I don't have another Air to compare this to so am wondering whether this behavior is normal or my Air could have suffered any internal damage. The Air always felt extremely fluid but then the choppiness could also be psychosomatic! Is this behavior in line with a damaged iPad or would any internal damage be more pronounced? I ran a Geekbench 3 benchmarking test and the results were comparable to those of other iPad Airs. There aren't any Apple Stores in my country where I could take my iPad to and so any inputs here would be most appreciated!