DisplayMate posted a new review of the display in Apple’s new iPads – both the iPad Air 2 and the iPad Mini 3. DisplayMate says that Apple used a major innovation in the iPad Air 2, a new anti-reflective layer coating that is scratch- and fingerprint- resistant. This results in a display that reduces ambient light reflection and performs better in that regard than any smartphone or tablet ever tested at DisplayMate. Besides the anti-reflectance coating and the bonded cover glass (which has been used in many competing tablets and smartphones for years, according to DisplayMate) the iPad Air 2 display is essentially unchanged and identical in performance to the iPad 4 introduced in 2012 (and actually slightly lower in performance than the original iPad Air). Read more about DisplayMate: the iPad Air 2 has a very good display, but Samsung's AMOLED displays are better

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DisplayMate: the iPad Air 2 has a very good display, but Samsung’s AMOLED displays are better