Apple iPad Air (2019) review
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It’s an old name, but the iPad Air is a brand-new tablet with a screen that’s larger than that on the standard iPad. But it’s more than just a big screen; this tablet boasts a more up-to-date processor and high-end screen technology that Apple hopes will justify the extra cost. Read our full lab test review to find out whether you should buy the iPad Air.
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- Should I buy it?
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