Why Apple’s iPhone 7 has a lot in common with the iPad Air 2
The new iPad Air Air 2 is almost identical to the one you can buy today, with an identical size and design.
The only difference is that the Air 2s camera has a larger sensor and the front-facing camera is a higher resolution.
Apple says that the two models are interchangeable, but I can’t find any evidence to back up that claim.
The camera difference is probably the biggest one, but there are also a lot of other design differences between the two Air 2 models.
The Air 2’s screen is about the same size as the iPhone 7, with a slightly higher resolution and a slightly smaller display.
It’s also got a much bigger battery and the new Air 2 sports a bigger screen.
Both models also have an 8-megapixel rear camera, with the smaller one being more compact and easier to use.
But the differences between them are pretty subtle.
The new Air is slightly thinner and lighter than the Air.
Apple’s iPad Air is more of a laptop with a much larger screen, but the difference in weight is small and the two devices are almost identical.
Apple also says the Air is a bit faster than the iPad, with slightly faster CPU and RAM, but we haven’t had a chance to test that yet.
The screen on the new iPad is a 16:9 aspect ratio, with its full resolution displayed in the lower-left corner.
That means that the device is about as wide as a 13-inch MacBook Pro, which is slightly bigger than the new MacBook Air.
But when you flip the device to a 15:9, full-screen mode, the device actually has a wider viewing area.
That makes it slightly smaller, too.
Both devices are capable of 1080p displays, and they’re also capable of 4K displays.
But both are significantly faster.
The iPad Air’s performance is faster than that of the iPad Pro 12, a much more powerful and powerful tablet, and the iPad mini 12, which has an even bigger screen and better processors.
Both have faster CPUs, but Apple’s Air 2 has faster ARM processors.
The two models also come with a fingerprint scanner and Apple Pay.
The iPads Air 2 comes with a smaller, sleeker design that feels a bit more like a laptop, but it’s still a laptop.
The MacBook Air has a slightly thicker, slimmer profile, with some new features like a USB-C port, a more powerful GPU, and an integrated fingerprint scanner.
Both the iPad and the Air also have USB-E ports and a headphone jack, which we’ll be testing in a minute.
The big difference between these two devices is that they have better processors and a faster CPU.
The iPhone 7 and the iPhone 8 both have a faster GPU, but they also have better RAM and faster processors.
It would be great if Apple could build a device that could match the performance of the iPads and the iPads Air, but that’s not possible with these two models.
So what makes the iPad a little faster?
Apple has two different processors inside the new iPads.
The A10 Fusion chip has a much faster GPU than the A10, but a lot less RAM and it has fewer storage options.
The Fusion chip is also a bit smaller, but its GPU is a lot faster.
Apple has also increased the CPU’s performance to match that of its newer iPhone 8, but in the new devices the CPU is only slightly faster.
For comparison, the A11 chip, the processor used in Apple’s MacBook Pro 12 and the iMac Pro, is the same chip used in both the iPad 2 and the MacBook Pro 10.
Apple claims the A9 Fusion chip on the iPad 7 is slightly faster than its A10 counterpart.
But that’s just speculation on my part.
There are other reasons to be optimistic about the iPad’s performance.
The device has a faster processor than both the MacBook Air and the 12-inch Retina MacBook Pro.
The iMac has a significantly faster GPU.
But Apple’s new iPad has no such thing as a faster graphics card.
It has a GPU that’s similar to the Apple’s A11 and an Intel Iris Pro GPU.
The CPU is just slightly faster, though, and it’s actually faster than both Apple’s Retina Mac Pro and the Retina iPad Pro.
Both are much faster than a MacBook Pro 11, which the iPad also comes with.
Apple doesn’t provide a performance benchmark for the iPad.
It is, however, consistent with what we’ve seen in benchmarks and benchmarks like Geekbench, which have shown that Apple’s Mac Pro has a similar performance to the iPad 9 Pro.
In addition, there’s some evidence to suggest that Apple has improved its CPU performance in recent years, though there’s not much to suggest it’s the same as Intel’s.
The 12-inches Retina Retina Pro is the fastest computer available right now, but if Apple can improve its performance with its new iPad, it’s going to be a huge deal for those who are willing to