One of the new features of the new iPad Air 2 is its screen , which now reflects much less than previous versions. DisplayMate Technologies has published its usual detailed review of Apple products, and as a result we have more information about the displays on the iPad Air 2 and the also recent iPad mini 3.
Of the iPad Air 2, the anti-reflection treatment , which reduces reflexes three times more than most tablets and smartphones on the market, stands out. In addition, according to DisplayMate this feature is twice as good as the best tablets and smartphones we find today.
We can visually compare the difference by watching the screens off. In this way we see that the iPad Air 2’s screen reflects much less than any other and that it’s also much darker.
In addition to this anti-reflective feature, DisplayMate ensures that performance is very similar to that of the 4th Generation iPad, having 8% less brightness and being 16% less efficient than the 1st Generation iPad Air. According to the DisplayMate report this may have been affected by the decision to have a much thinner device than the previous generation.
As for the iPad mini 3, it is confirmed that the screen is practically the same as the previous version , pointing out that other competing brands such as Google, Samsung and Amazon have better screens for tablets mini .