Posted July 30, 2018 05:16:06In September, Apple announced a major update to the iPad 7 series, codenamed “Air.”

The new iPad was expected to include many of the same features found in the original iPad 7, but with some minor refinements.

Instead of having a 6.3-inch (1380 x 1080) display, the new iPad would have a 7.9-inch display.

The screen size would be an improvement over the original, but Apple had to ditch the traditional glass-on-glass design and instead use a plastic-on–glass design that had a glass panel on top.

The new display would also have a larger pixel density than the previous iPad 7.5-inch model, according to the Verge.

The new iPad has a 6-inch screen and a 5.5mm headphone jack, but its camera has a major weakness: Its rear-facing camera is not a dual-camera setup.

The front-facing unit, which is used for photo editing, is a dual camera setup that is a good fit for many people.

The camera in the rear is capable of recording 720p video, and the front camera does 1080p video.

The main difference between the new camera and the old one is that the rear camera now has a larger sensor.

The rear camera has an f/2.0 aperture, which means it can focus on objects larger than 2.6 microns in size, but the front-camera is limited to focusing on smaller objects.

The back camera, meanwhile, has an aperture of f/1.7, which makes it focus on the front of objects larger or smaller than the sensor.

In practice, the rear and front cameras are very similar, but it’s easy to confuse the two when they’re set up in the same situation.

The bottom line is that Apple’s camera is much more capable than the old front- and rear-camera units, so it will probably have a better result in the long run.

In terms of specs, the front and rear cameras are identical, and there’s also no optical image stabilization.

That means the camera can capture full HD video, but only up to a 720p resolution.

However, it will be able to shoot 1080p videos, so you can get 720p footage in a pinch.

Apple’s camera setup has a few major advantages over the old camera setup, like its ability to capture full 1080p.

However it doesn’t really give the iPad an advantage in most cases.

It’s a bit like the difference between an iPod Touch and an iPad Pro: Both are good for video recording, but there’s no real advantage to the larger camera.

The main advantage to a larger camera is that it makes it easier to take photos, which are the best thing about a larger device.

If you need a camera with a smaller sensor, the Olympus E-P1, or if you’re looking for a camera that’s just a bit faster, the Canon 5D Mark IV is a great option.

If you don’t have a high-end camera, you might want to consider an entry-level DSLR like the Panasonic GH4.

For the most part, you should buy a camera for its features alone, but if you can afford it, you can take great photos with it.