I'd still prefer a bigger battery than being even thinner. I'm not against being lighter, but I think the abilty to use a tablet with one hand is at the bottom of the list in importance. I'll just wind up using it with two hands or sitting in my lap the vast majority of the time anyway. The need for single hand use is… » 10/30/14 5:44pm Yesterday 5:44pm

I think the same applies to tablets. Apple seems obsessed with making the iPad thinner and lighter while keep the same 10hrs of battery life it is had since the original. The battery life isn't shabby, but some apps burn through the battery much faster than others so you don't always get that 10 hours. Does the Air 2… » 10/28/14 5:12pm Tuesday 5:12pm

No thanks. I'll read some off my iPad on the road so I only need to take one device, but at home it's my Kindle every time. E-paper screens are still more comfortable and I don't have to worry about battery life. By the end of the day, when I do most of my reading, my other gadgets are nearing the time they need to be… » 10/24/14 1:35pm 10/24/14 1:35pm

Agree completely. The Air was already thin enough. How about instead of shaving a couple of extra millimeters off the size they put a bigger battery in instead. The iPad has decent battery life, but it has basically been stuck at the same point since the original launched. Plus, there are some apps that drain it MUCH… » 10/23/14 5:42pm 10/23/14 5:42pm

But is there even a good place? Seems like different games have different important elements at different places on the screen. For example, I was playing Zen Pinball on my One and every time a notification popped up it blocked the view of the flippers. Which in a pinball game is kind of a bad thing. So it seems like… » 10/16/14 5:55pm 10/16/14 5:55pm