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Top 10 iPad 1st/2nd Gen Games You Should Not Miss to Download and Play

I really find playing iPad games entertaining specially when I want to lost some times waiting for someone or just relaxing. Now if you have newly acquired your first iPad, 1st generation or the iPad 2 you should install it with games that you will surely love to play so I decided to list some of the games I personally played and really find it entertaining.

All of the thumbnails or images used on this post are all from iTunes Store. You can click on the thumbnail for a larger screen shot of the game.

Here are the top 10 iPad games that you should not miss. It is not order in terms of awesomeness or cost but in order of my preferences and chronological order that I played the game.
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Apple Launches New Product ‘iPad Air’

iPad AirThe mobile product drought that Apple Inc. has experienced for the last month has finally ended when the consumer electronics giant launched its new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c handsets, especially even if  pent-up demand is an understatement.

Apple’s early opening for their weekend sales records was crushed by new iPhone models and even if the company do not share the exact split between different models in a product line, it is likely safe to assume that the iPhone 5s is actually the fastest selling smartphone in the history of the category. But right now, Apple has came up with a new idea when it launched what it called its ‘iPad Air’.

The all new full-size iPad is thinner and lighter than any of its predecessors by a substantial margin. In fact according to Apple, the iPad Air 28% lighter than the fourth-generation iPad model — and at 7.5 millimeters thick, it’s also 20% thinner. Despite the slate’s smaller footprint, it still packs in the same 9.7-inch Retina display as well as a bigger battery that lasts an estimated 10 hours per charge.

Apple Inc says that the new A7 processor in the iPad Air provides up to 2 times better CPU performance and up to 2 times better graphics performance than the A6X-powered fourth-generation iPad model. It’s the same 64-bit chipset that powers Apple’s iPhone 5s, and we have seen just how powerful it is compared to the competition. Does it deliver in the iPad Air as well? You’ll have to wait for our full review to find out.

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