According to Apple, the newly unveiled iPad Air 2 comes with a “better” display. It says, “The displays on previous generations of iPad used three separate components. iPad Air 2 changes all that, combining those three layers into just one. This eliminates gaps between layers, along with the internal reﬂectance caused by those gaps. The result? Colors are richer, contrast is greater, and images are sharper and more vivid.”
According to image above, the iPad Air 2’s 9.7-inch Retina Display has a resolution of 2048×1536 pixels, which is higher compared to previous earlier iPads.
Apple says, “The LCD layer is now closer to your eyes (and your ﬁngers), so when you touch the screen it feels as if you’re touching your content. And we’ve improved the sensitivity of the screen, so it tracks your finger even more accurately, especially when you make quick gestures. Which means everything you do — playing games, surﬁng the web, enjoying photos and videos — becomes more personal, immediate, and immersive.”
It adds, “iPad Air 2 features a custom-designed antireflective coating that reduces glare by 56 percent, making it the least reﬂective tablet in the world. In virtually any kind of environment — oﬃces, classrooms, outdoors — everything is clearer and more readable.”
There’s is no doubt that the new iPad offers a better viewing experience, but we’re curious to find out how it stacks up against rival tablets that offer QHD displays.
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