Apple just announced the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 at the iPad event along with a few other products. Considering Google had just announced the Nexus 9 day back, we decided to pit the three tablets against each other along with the older iPad Air and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.4.
Both the iPads feature Apple’s Touch ID which lets the power button act as a fingerprint sensor, which can help unlock the iPads and be used for online shopping as well using Apple Pay. Apple has also bumped up the camera on the new iPads, giving them the iSight cameras and along with them the advantages such as time lapse videos, high-res panoramas, 120fps Slo-mo videos and more.
Here’s a quick comparison between the flagship tablets.