Apple introduced the iPad Air 2 during a press event on its Cupertino campus on Thursday. It’s a pretty big jump from last year’s iPad Air.
The device is thinner and lighter while also offering more power, thanks to a new A8X processor, and up to 10 hours of battery life. Apple also took care to improve the iSight and FaceTime cameras, added a new gapless screen that’s supposed to be less reflective than ever before, and built-in new wireless radios for maximum performance.
It’s certainly a very compelling new iPad, particularly when you toss in new features like Touch ID, but how does it stack up against last year’s iPad Air? We’re here to help with some spec comparison tables that you exactly how the two tablets differ.