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Ben | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Jan 9 2015 11:01 AM

I'm in the iPad market, or at least eyeing it. I sold my iPad 3 (the first retina model) in summer and Logos ran ok on it. A new mini 2 (not mini 3) saves a good bit of money over an Air 2. However, the Air 2, besides the obvious larger screen, offers a faster processor and GPU (important for Logos), 2Gb of Ram (important for Logos), and a screen with much-reduced glare (also very important for reading Logos.)

So has anyone upgraded and can speak to how much those things improve their experience on how it differs from their old iPad?

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mike | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jan 9 2015 11:10 AM

iPad Air 2 16gb $400. Selling out pretty quick.

Brand new from from reputable Ebay seller

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-iPad-Air-2-16GB-9-7-Retina-Display-Wi-Fi-Tablet-w-Touch-ID-New-Sealed/361145595451?pt=US_Tablets&hash=item5415f4763b

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Brian W. Davidson | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jan 9 2015 11:41 AM

I moved from Nexus 7 to Air 2 and love the Air 2 16GB. Page turns are seamless, glare isnt a problem, love the screen size. I prefer the larger screen. It allows me to have NA 28 or a Hebrew Bible open, while actually having room to use a lexicon, too. The Air 2 is so thin and light that I find the benefit of the extra screen realestate far outweighs (no pun intended) the drawbacks of a larger device. I paid 500 for my Air 2 and don't regret the purchase at all. Love it. Dont get the mini if you can afford the Air 2.

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Juanita | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jan 10 2015 7:18 AM

I got a new iPad air 2, 128 gig, to replace my iPad 3.  I want the space so I can house my multi gig learnlogos videos.

With the Logos Bible app, I notice a definite improvement in how fast it moves from "Library" view to "Home" or to "Guides", for example.  Blazing!  It still takes about the same amount of time for the Passage guide or Word study guide to populate after entering your selection.  

Outside of Logos, my battery seems to charge much faster.  And moving within apps seems faster.

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