The pre-orders are now being delivered, and the tablets are now available for purchase online and in store.
Emulating the dispatch of preorders last Friday, Apple‘s new ipad Air 2 and Retina ipad mini 3 models are presently going into clients’ hands and onto retail location racks. As per The Inquirer and reports from Macrumors per users, preorders are presently being conveyed, and the tablets are currently accessible for buy-online and in-store. The lucky customers in the UK and Australia have already started to receive their tablets and have begun posting the unboxing videos. The box isn’t like the plain white box of the iPhone 6; the users have reported that the box for the iPad Air 2 is similar to the original iPad Air with a color representation of the iPad on the cover.
The orders are also being accepted by the online store of Apple and they are giving delivery dates of 2 to 4 days for most iPad Air 2 models. The online shoppers cannot benefit from the in-store pickup as yet but multiple sources have told us that at least Wi-Fi models are arriving at Apple’s own retail stores for sale beginning today. As far as the online ordering is concerned, the iPad mini 3 supplies are more abundant, with most Wi-Fi models currently available within 24 hours and cellular models shipping in 1-3 days. The iPad Air 2 was announced last week where Apple went by highlighting some of its key features including the new A8X processor, Touch ID sensor and improved camera. The early benchmarks of this new iPad Air 2 have suggested that the tablet is up to 55 percent faster than the iPhone 6 and 68 percent faster than last year’s iPad Air. We have also landed with the very first of the reviews and they are mostly about the benefits which come along with thinner profiles and vibrant displays.