I'll be honest, if it simply has 2GB of RAM, I'd be tempted to upgrade.
Safari reloads tabs even when RAM is free.The question is, even if it does have 2 GB of RAM, will they modify iOS so that it doesn't still have all the issues of tab/app reloading.
Not necessarily. The support lifetime of the Air will be much longer than your 4. Plus the difference in size/weight of the Air is worth paying extra for IMO.I do not know why people keep wasting their money in new iPads.
I have 2 iPads 4, they just the same exact thing as the air and I got the cheaper.. Applications runs just the same.
And.... the layout if the iPad 4 and previous looks way better than the bezel that has 2 frames wide and two thinner, it look ugly.
People, if you are smart get the iPad 4 for cheap, getting iPads air is just plain stupid.
I'm inclined to agree. A little lighter/smaller/faster isn't compelling enough of a reason to upgrade.No. My iPad 3 still works. Sure its heavier and a bit slower than the latest; but not worth $500+ for me.
The question is, even if it does have 2 GB of RAM, will they modify iOS so that it doesn't still have all the issues of tab/app reloading.
Well that may be but doubling the RAM gives more breathing room to a better user experience as well as the possibility of having true multi-tasking which is not really possible on the current Air due to the RAM bottleneck.Safari reloads tabs even when RAM is free.
I suspect there is some broken algorithm at work.
Its a matter of priority.