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I use it more than my Kindle, especially for books that have color pages like photography books or guide books, etc. Also, the only drawback to Kindle usage is you have to go to your browser (Safari, Chrome) and go to Amazon.com to purchase the book vs being able to browse the Kindle store and make purchases and downlo… see more I use it more than my Kindle, especially for books that have color pages like photography books or guide books, etc. Also, the only drawback to Kindle usage is you have to go to your browser (Safari, Chrome) and go to Amazon.com to purchase the book vs being able to browse the Kindle store and make purchases and download samples directly in the Kindle app .. In the end its just an extra step vs. the actual Kindle devices. I can say the battery on my iPad lasts a very long time as long as you put brightness at 50% (which is seriously quite bright, I don't think you could look at the screen very long at 100% without going blind, lol). Drawback is it takes a long time to charge fully (not like a phone that is quick, but again, it lasts a long time once charged so long as you're not watching videos). I have some non Kindle books in .mobi form and since there is no way to "put them on the iPad" with a cord like the Kindle .. I just upload them to Dropbox into a folder I named "Kindle" and I use the Dropbox app, click on the book, then in the upper right hand corner there is a little arrow, click it and select "open in Kindle". Boom it will now load the book into your Kindle app and you don't need to go to Dropbox anymore. Highlights still work and notes, and bookmarking etc. just like all the other books, however books on your device vs. directly from Kindle don't "sync" to other devices, but that's cool, because they don't on Kindle devices either. see less
By A. Garza on October 29, 2013
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The difference between the Ipad 4 and the Ipad Air is mostly in the weight size. The Ipad Air is slightest thinner, about 4 oz lighters and the Ipad Air has a A7 co processor while the Ipad 4 has a A6x processor. The co-processor is mainly for fitness related stuff like tracking your walking. The Ipad Air has a slight… see more The difference between the Ipad 4 and the Ipad Air is mostly in the weight size. The Ipad Air is slightest thinner, about 4 oz lighters and the Ipad Air has a A7 co processor while the Ipad 4 has a A6x processor. The co-processor is mainly for fitness related stuff like tracking your walking. The Ipad Air has a slightly better network adapter. It uses a MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) for better distances. Those are really the only major difference between the Ipad Air and the Ipad 4. Both have the same camera megapixels. Hopefully this answer your question. see less
By Yen Nguyen on April 21, 2014
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The Retina display is the best screen you'll find on any device, and the difference it makes is dramatic. It's like upgrading from dot matrix printers to laser ones, or from VHS to DVD. Once you've seen it, you'll want it - so if you're happy with your existing iPad, you should probably steer clear of the Apple Store.
By BKJ on November 25, 2013
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WiFi + cellular means the iPad or iPhone can use either mode to communicate with internet. WiFi alone is simply a stand alone method to communicate with the internet. If you are not in a location that has WiFi, you cannot communicate, period.
By Irving D Hill on November 30, 2013
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To be honest I'm not sure on this ipad the one I bought was not an AT&T or Verizon wi-Fi it did not have a contract with it but mine is a 16gig so I would guess yours would be too it depends on the price 128gig would be over 500 dollars hope that helps Huey
By SGT Huey Falls USMC Ret. on September 8, 2014
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Basically it's a tablet and you can put a iPad version of Word on it but it will cost you. With an additional keyboard you can make it at and look like a computer but it is the Mac Apple version only.
By R Williams on October 26, 2014
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Retina display is just a name for what Apple thinks is the highest resolution the your eye can discern. Experience has shown me they are wrong.
By Joe on October 8, 2014
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It's ready for connecting if the SIM card comes with it if the seller keeps the SIM card all you have to do is get a free SIM card from
Verizon and they will do the rest for you! Hope this helps

By Clay on March 31, 2014
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It has a passcode you use but no fingerprint access .i gave this to my husband for Christmas he loves it ,uses it every day.the Otterbox protects wonderful.
By Deborah Kimbler on February 9, 2015
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I have the 4th Gen ipad but considering it's pretty much identical to the air with IOS 7.1.2, there is relatively nothing besides the news stand, passport and the basics iTunes and the App Store. I would say there is not much bloatware that cannot be deleted very easily.
By tony9277 on August 12, 2014