NEWS: Apple unveils Series 6 Watch and new iPad Air

Steca

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I think Apple are taking the p##s with the iPads storage 32gb on iPad and 64gb on the Air. they are going back 4 years Not forward absolutely diabolical how can Apple think this is acceptable.
 

hippo99

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I think Apple are taking the p##s with the iPads storage 32gb on iPad and 64gb on the Air. they are going back 4 years Not forward absolutely diabolical how can Apple think this is acceptable.
You can also get them in 128gb & 256gb models respectively, if you want more memory...
 

Steca

Active Member
You can also get them in 128gb & 256gb models respectively, if you want more memory...
Yes at a premium price.
you could get a iPad Pro for a little more.
you should Not have to spend an extra £150 for the 256gb on the air it should start at 128gb then if you want extra.its just Apple being Greedy and trying to say look a cheap iPad.
 

Steven

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I think Apple are taking the p##s with the iPads storage 32gb on iPad and 64gb on the Air. they are going back 4 years Not forward absolutely diabolical how can Apple think this is acceptable.
Hmm 64gb for the starter tier does seem stingy. Useful post. I suppose Apple has data that says customers opt for / they can push customers to online storage or streaming, rather than local physical storage. Makes sense with Apple Music and Apple now having TV shows
 

Slugsy01

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Really disappointed with the lack improvement in battery life
 

jouster

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i think it's fair to say that even Apple is starting to struggle to add more stuff to their watches each year....if it wasn't for the Fitness+ section, the watch info would have lasted 5 minutes max.

It's fair enough though...how much more can a watch do than what it does already.....its already top of its game so its gonna be struggle to get it much further year on year....
 

ggwoodland

Active Member
I quite fancy the new iPad Air - I have a 10.5” iPad Pro and the trade in is quite reasonable. I have 64gb of memory and that has been fine - although this time around I may jump up a tier in memory - George
 

jouster

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I quite fancy the new iPad Air - I have a 10.5” iPad Pro and the trade in is quite reasonable. I have 64gb of memory and that has been fine - although this time around I may jump up a tier in memory - George
whats the trade in value?
 

antsims

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Is the new iPad Air screen capable of Dolby vision HDR10 and Dolby Atmos? If not I’ll go for the 2020 Pro to replace my 2018 pro. It’s worth about £350 on trade in.
 

ggwoodland

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jouster

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Unsane

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I recently upgraded my wife's 10.5" iPad Pro 64GB to a 2020 Pro 12.9" 128GB. She doesn't use memory so makes no difference whether 32GB or 128GB.

What makes the difference is the solid build and reliability of the machine and its software. A lot of money but there's no equal and my wife's happy.
 
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