CNET First Look
iPad Air 2 hands-onIt's the thinnest iPad yet, and features Touch ID and a new iSight camera. CNET's Dan Ackerman offers his first impressions of Apple's latest tablet.
[MUSIC] I'm here taking the very first look at Apple's iPad Air 2. How's it different from last years Air? Well, it is ever so slightly thinner, they say 6.1 millimeters, that's really thin, and of course it's got that. A touch IP that's on all the iPhones now. So of course you can use it for online purchases it doesn't have a MSD chip you're not going to go tap on the cash register, but for couch surfing and that kind of impulse buy it's really cool. Of course upgraded with a [UNKNOWN] processor so it's even faster than last year's model. It has a lot of the other features you'll find in the 6 and 6 plus Especially for workout tracking, motion tracking and things like that. It's going to be out by the end of October at 499. Pretty much the standard iPad starting price. I'm Dan Akron and that is Apple's new iPad Air 2.