Apple iPad Air 32GB 9.7 Unlocked GSM / AT&T 4G + Wi-Fi Tablet PC – Silver

Apple iPad Air 32GB 9.7 Unlocked GSM / AT&T 4G + Wi-Fi Tablet PC – Silver

The iPad Air’s just 0.29″ thin and weighs just one pound! It has a refined aluminum unibody enclosure that feels solid and durable in your hand.

Product Features

  • 2G: 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G: 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100, 4G: LTE 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26
  • 9.7-inch LED-backlit IPS LCDMulti-TouchscreenScratch-resistant glass, oleophobic coating
  • iOS 7 (upgradable), Dual-Core 1.3 GHz Cyclone (ARM v8-based) Processor, Chipset: Apple A7, PowerVR G6430 (Quad-Core Graphics) Graphics
  • 5 Megapixel Camera (2592 x 1944 pixels) w/ Autofocus + Front-Facing 1.2 Megapixel Camera w/ face detection, FaceTime over Wi-Fi or Cellular
  • Internal Memory: 32GB, 1GB RAM DDR3

2 thoughts on “Apple iPad Air 32GB 9.7 Unlocked GSM / AT&T 4G + Wi-Fi Tablet PC – Silver

  1. JJCEO

    An iPad with longer lasting power, faster, lighter, with free top quality apps to download! 0

  2. John Ryan "One man and his Kat"
    John Ryan "One man and his Kat" says:

    Impossibly thin, incredibly fast and beautifully designed. But is it the best iPad for you? While this is NOT the absolute latest iPad Air available, (an upgraded “iPad Air 2” was announced in October 2014), it’s still one of the slimmest and lightest “tablet computers” available, and a fantastic bargain. It’s so beautifully easy to use (my one year old granddaughter loves playing with it), it’s almost doesn’t feel like a computer at all.A word of warning – this review is written for people who’ve never owned an iPad before – and are wondering what all the fuss is about.If however you want to compare models (including the very latest one), search again for “iPad”.Just what’s all the fuss about?————————————–I used to own a laptop for work, and (very occasionally), it’d sit on my lap on the sofa, and I’d use it for pleasure (eMail, watching films or playing the odd game). Then I bought my first iPad, and the laptop became redundant, a boring “work device”. Hard to explain, but the fact the iPad is so small and light, and you navigate around with your finger by pointing and gently swiping the screen makes the whole experience a lot easier – a lot more fun.Even my most “technophobe” of friends have been won over.It’s incredibly simple and easy to use (it only has one main button), and everyone from my one year old granddaughter to my 85 year old dad have taken to without problems. It’s size and shape also support using it like a book (literally to read a book or web page), but you can also watch TV and films.Personally I’m also paranoid about my password getting “hacked”, and someone running up a huge Amazon bill or buying stuff with my credit card on eBay. Well one of the benefits of the iPad (and iPhone) is it’s “almost impossible” to get a virus – one of the most common ways to get hacked. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t use strong passwords, (both Sony and Adobe got hacked), but it’s reassuring to leave the Windows world behind.Finally, I love the way these devices (iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, Apple Mac), increasingly work together. The fact you can start a Pages document on your Mac and edit it on your iPad, or take photos on the iPhone, and in seconds see them on the iPad or Mac and display them on the Apple TV.Equally, you don’t “need” to buy into the Apple dream. I also run a Google Nexus 5 (Android) phone, and a PC. Lots of programs (see below) can be used on the iPhone, iPad, Android and PC.The thing about the iPad is, “it just works”.How about Apps?————————–Firstly, an App, is a small “application” (a program) that runs on your iPad, and there’s literally thousands available from the “App Store”, with the most important ones (web browser, mail, music player, word processor, spreadsheet etc) are pre-installed or free to download.Many apps cost $1 – or 69p in real money, and loads are free (frequently advertising funded with the option to “add on” stuff – but beware you can run up a huge bill).Here’s my favourites:-* Mailbox. Incredibly slick mail app (or use the built in Apple App) (Free)* Photo & iPhoto. Built in apps to take/view/edit photos (Free)* Skype. Chat to the family for free using a video call (Free)* BBC iPlayer. Great way to catch up on BBC TV. (Free).* TV Listings. See what you’re missing on TV (Free)* TVCatchup. Watch real time TV (the Freeview stations anyway). (Free)* Netflix. For £5 a month watch a huge collection of films online. (Free)* Evernote. Write and organise notes. Edit them on your Android, iPhone, iPad, PC or Mac (Free)* DropBox. Access your files, documents and photos on Android, iPhone, iPad, PC or Mac. (Free)* Tune In Radio. Listen to 1,000s of radio stations world-wide – or listen to Radio 4 like I do (£2.40)* Spotify. Stream music for £5 a month (or free with ads). Brilliant! (Free)* eBay. Buy and sell your stuff online. (Free)* Garage Sale. Fantastic way to produce professional looking sales on eBay. (£2.99)* Rightmove. Search for your next Flat or House or just gape at daft prices (Free)* Zite. Online web magazine that learns what you like. Terrific! (Free)* Movies by Flixter. Read reviews of films on cinema and DVD. (Free)* Kindle. Read your books from Amazon Kindle bookstore. (Free)* QuickOffice. Edit Word, Excel and Powerpoint documents (Free)* Pages, Numbers and Keynote. Apple’s version of MS Office. Edit/save documents in Word, Excel andPowerpoint format. (Free)* MS Office. £80 a year subscription for 3-4 PCs, Macs or an iPad or “read only” for free. (Free)Of course you could also use it to read web pages (my wife loves the Daily Mail Online), or playing amazing games like…

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