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Discussion in 'iPad' started by Liquinn, Oct 10, 2015.
Why does using my iPad 4th generation feel rubbish compared to using my iPad Air 2?
Because it's old and only has 1 gig of ram
But the iPad Air 2 is technically a year old, though.
Because the iPad Air 2 is a much, much, MUCH faster device.
The Air 2 is t
Doesn't mean it's old specs wise. It's still a beast and will be a fine tablet for a few more years.
Ah. There's a difference between Apple still supporting iOs versions on it and Apple not. I guess my 5S and 4th generation iPad will get a few more years of support.
I have a question too. Why do you have 3 threads all asking pretty much the exact same thing?
So, technically the iPad Mini 4 is even older?
Yeah I wondered why.....
Is he even talking about the Mini 4? He asked about the iPad 4, which makes the question even more ridiculous.
To get the post count up, that's an easy question to answer!
Yes, though his post I quoted was referring to the Air 2 as year-old tech.
It's still the "latest" but a year old.
And...? Being a year old proves nothing if the hardware is still up to date. The fact is that a year ago there was nothing you could do with an iPad that taxed the Air 2, and that's largely still true today. And, as I pointed out, the Air 2 is still ahead of the just-introduced Mini 4. I don't see that having been introduced a year ago proves anything.
Is the iPhone 6S or the iPad Air faster? Will the iPhone 7 be faster than the Air 2?
Isn't the real question whether the iPhone 9 will be faster than the iPad Pro 3, or whether you should skip both in favor of a Mac Pro.
The iPad Air 2 was, in effect, a year ahead of it's time. While benchmarks aren't indicative of real world use, the Geekbench numbers for the A8X with it's tri core CPU, eight core GPU, and 2GB of RAM have only just been matched/ mildly surpassed by this years A9 in the iPhone 6s.
The Air 2 is a very powerful tablet even today.
Stop with the stupid threads please and posts!
Try using an iPad 3 for a while (I own one). Then the iPad 4 will feel fast.
Yes. I owned one. It was a brick, in just about every sense of the word.
One is old and the other is older.