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A Brilliant iPad Buying Guide for 2016

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There are so many varieties of the iPad currently in the market. Should you buy one? If yes, then which one should you get? While there are numerous other tablets from Amazon and Android-based ones, the iPad is a beautiful and fantastic gadget that can provide you with quick, on the go-access to almost everything such as Facebook, email, videos, games and an app galore. It can act as a perfect stand-in for your desktop PC or laptop and be a lot more convenient due to its portability. The problem is that even when you have decided to take the iPad plunge, it is difficult to make a choice because there are numerous options at your disposal. Which one should you invest in? Check out the guide below before making a decision:

iPad Air 2: The all-around tablet

This iPad offers you the best size, best value and best everything that you can ever need. As opposed to the more recent iPad Mini 4, the iPad Air 2 still runs faster and you can also get it at a discount if you shop around for a bit. It boasts a 9.7-inch large screen, which is excellent for movies, reading and you can also pair it with a keyword to do some writing. You can also run split screen apps so it provides you a bang for your buck.

iPad Mini 2: For basic browsing and reading

The iPad Mini 2 is currently the most affordable iPad available and it was formerly known as the iPad Mini with Retina display. The 8-inch tablet was introduced in 2013 and offers the same resolution as you get if you shrink down the iPad Air. While there is no Touch ID i.e. the fingerprint sensor, but the tablet has the A7 processor that allows you to perform the basic tasks with ease. It offers a really good battery life as it can last for about 10 hours.

iPad Mini 4: For portability and multitasking

As compared to the iPad Mini 2, this one has some big additions in the form of a faster A8 processor and Touch ID. The former allows you to enjoy split-screen multitasking for supported apps such as Twitter and browsing, email and note-taking. When put up against the iPad Air 2, this one slows down a bit when you are using it for high powered games. Nonetheless, the size and functions are still highly appealing as it can be easily carried everywhere.

iPad Pro: For the biggest and the best

The iPad Pro has a 12.9-inch screen is undoubtedly gigantic, but it also has a high price-tag to go with it. The greatest perk of this tablet is the Pencil that’s sold separately and it makes the device a versatile and accurate art pad that’s different from anything you would have used before. The stepped up speakers and the screen size make it a great way of watching movies or looking at documents and websites in greater detail.

Whether you are going to rent an iPad or buy one, you can choose an iPad according to your requirements and enjoy the benefits of your investment. If going to rent, here’s an interesting page http://www.ubookrental.com/product/ipad-hire with useful information.


A Brilliant iPad Buying Guide for 2016 - Image 1

There are so many varieties of the iPad currently in the market. Should you buy one? If yes, then which one should you get? While there are numerous other tablets from Amazon and Android-based ones, the iPad is a beautiful and fantastic gadget that can provide you with quick, on the go-access to almost everything such as Facebook, email, videos, games and an app galore. It can act as a perfect stand-in for your desktop PC or laptop and be a lot more convenient due to its portability. The problem is that even when you have decided to take the iPad plunge, it is difficult to make a choice because there are numerous options at your disposal. Which one should you invest in? Check out the guide below before making a decision:

iPad Air 2: The all-around tablet



This iPad offers you the best size, best value and best everything that you can ever need. As opposed to the more recent iPad Mini 4, the iPad Air 2 still runs faster and you can also get it at a discount if you shop around for a bit. It boasts a 9.7-inch large screen, which is excellent for movies, reading and you can also pair it with a keyword to do some writing. You can also run split screen apps so it provides you a bang for your buck.

iPad Mini 2: For basic browsing and reading



The iPad Mini 2 is currently the most affordable iPad available and it was formerly known as the iPad Mini with Retina display. The 8-inch tablet was introduced in 2013 and offers the same resolution as you get if you shrink down the iPad Air. While there is no Touch ID i.e. the fingerprint sensor, but the tablet has the A7 processor that allows you to perform the basic tasks with ease. It offers a really good battery life as it can last for about 10 hours.

iPad Mini 4: For portability and multitasking



As compared to the iPad Mini 2, this one has some big additions in the form of a faster A8 processor and Touch ID. The former allows you to enjoy split-screen multitasking for supported apps such as Twitter and browsing, email and note-taking. When put up against the iPad Air 2, this one slows down a bit when you are using it for high powered games. Nonetheless, the size and functions are still highly appealing as it can be easily carried everywhere.

iPad Pro: For the biggest and the best



The iPad Pro has a 12.9-inch screen is undoubtedly gigantic, but it also has a high price-tag to go with it. The greatest perk of this tablet is the Pencil that’s sold separately and it makes the device a versatile and accurate art pad that’s different from anything you would have used before. The stepped up speakers and the screen size make it a great way of watching movies or looking at documents and websites in greater detail.

Whether you are going to rent an iPad or buy one, you can choose an iPad according to your requirements and enjoy the benefits of your investment. If going to rent, here’s an interesting page http://www.ubookrental.com/product/ipad-hire with useful information.

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