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Which iPad should you get?

Apple's 2014 iPad lineup is jam-packed. At the top end there's the brand new iPad Air 2. Then there's the updated iPad mini 3, last year's iPad Air and last year's iPad mini 2, and at the lower-than-ever bottom end, the original iPad mini. There are different features, different screen sizes, different capacities, and different price points to consider. In other words, there's a lot to choose from. So do you go with big or small, old or new, cost or value? Which iPad should you get?

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iPad Mini 3 and iPad Air 2 now available in the UK

The new iPads are finally available in the UK at participating retailers. As reported on yesterday, John Lewis has begun selling the new iPad Mini 3 and iPad Air 2 in the UK, joining Apple and other retailers in releasing units to consumers.

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iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 reviews

We're still working away on our in-depth iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 reviews, but in the meantime some early reviews have started going up already and they're worth checking out.

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iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 insurance: Should you get AppleCare or something else?

If you plan on picking up a new iPad Air 2 or new iPad mini, one of the questions you're probably asking yourself is whether or not you should buy AppleCare+ insurance, something else, or forego insurance altogether. It's a question we get asked on a rather regular basis here at iMore so I figured the best way to address it was to put together a guide, since no one insurance plan is right for everyone. And more importantly, if you're using a credit card to buy your new iPad, you may be covered already and not even know it! Follow along to see what we think are the best insurance options to protect your new iPad!

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What color iPad should you get: Silver, gold, or space gray?

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The iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 come in a wider variety of colors — or metallic finishes — than ever before. Now, in addition to space gray and silver, you can also get both the new iPads in gold. The space gray still comes with a black faceplate and the gold, like the silver, comes with a white faceplate. With greater choice in colors, however, comes a harder choice — which one should you get?

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Apple's iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 online orders reportedly shipping

Reports are coming in that people who pre-ordered the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 tablets from the Apple online store last week have received notifications that their orders are being shipped and they could arrive in some people's hands as soon as Wednesday.

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Should you upgrade to the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3?

When new tablets like the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini-3 hit the market one of the hardest decisions we face is whether or not to upgrade from our current model to the latest and greatest. If you have unlimited funds, you can just buy everything, all the time. Most of us don't, however, so we need to check out the new features, see how they compare to what we already have, and decide if the difference is worth the price of an entirely new device, a price that starts at $399 and goes up considerably from there. So, what's the difference between your current iPad and the new ones, and is there value enough to justify the upgrade cost?

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T-Mobile begins pre-orders for iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 Wednesday, October 22

T-Mobile will begin to take pre-orders for its iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 models on Wednesday, October 22, and the carrier has already set up a registration page on its site to help sent out alerts to people when those pre-orders actually begin.

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16GB vs 64GB vs 128GB: What iPad storage size should you get?

The iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3 come in three different storage sizes — 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB. Picking between them can be the hardest buying decision a new iPad owner has to make. That's because App Store apps are getting larger, media files are becoming more accessible than ever, and the functionality of our iPads keeps getting better. All of this comes at the price of storage space. This is why choosing a storage size that matches your particular use case is so important. The last thing you want to do is get the dreaded out of space error after only a few months of owning your new iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3. Luckily that's where iMore comes in! From start to finish, we can walk you through what you can expect to get out of each iPad storage size!

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Editor's desk: In defense of iPad photography

When the iPad 2 launched in 2011 with both FaceTime and iSight cameras, it challenged a lot of prejudices and preconceptions, including my own. The image of something the size of an ancient dry plate camera with an accordion up front and a blanket draped over the back leapt to mind, as did tourists in Tommy Bahamas clicking away on iPads as they saw the sights. Part of the problem was the cameras themselves — they were dismal at first and never seemed to catch up to the great cameras shipping with the iPhones. But the rest was pure snobbery.

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