Apple iPad Air 3 User Manual & Setup Guide

Apple iPad Air 3 User Manual & Setup Guide - The iPad Air 2 a pair of launched all the method back in Oct 2014, that is enough to create United States wonder if there’s reaching to be AN iPad Air three the least bit, particularly currently Apple looks additional centered on its newer iPad professional vary.

But there is still area for AN Air three within the pill arena. the professional aim each name and value is clearly aimed toward the higher finish of the market, whereas Apple may position the iPad Air three as a cheaper choice.

And there's conjointly some proof that that’s precisely what Apple has planned, with speak in some circles of a replacement, however more or less last, 9.7-inch iPad on the method.

We’ve collected all the news and rumors regarding the slate that’s possible to be the iPad Air three, thus if you’re longing for AN upgrade to your aging iPad you’ve come back to the correct place.

Apple iPad Air 3 release date

Hottest leaks:

    An early 2017 launch

The iPad Air 3, if it launches at all, will probably land alongside the iPad Pro 2, which means we could see it in the next few months.

With the iPad Pro 9.7 launching in March 2016 a refresh is likely around March of this year, though we might have slightly longer to wait.

Chip problems are reportedly causing delays to the iPad Pro 2, and respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reckons the next wave of iPads will arrive sometime between April and June.

Failing that, we might see the iPad Air 3 in September or October, as the iPad Air 2 was launched in October 2014 and the tail end of the year used to be when Apple traditionally unveiled its tablets.

TechRadar’s take: Most rumors point to new iPads in the first half of the year, and if there’s going to be an iPad Air 3 at all in 2017 that’s when we’d expect to see it.

Apple iPad Air 3 User Manual

iPad Air three OS and power

Hottest leaks:

    A changed A9 chip

According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo the iPad Air three can use a changed version of the A9 chip from the iPhone 6S, which might work associate degree upgrade on the A8X-powered iPad Air two, however would doubtless be weaker than the A9X kick in the iPad professional nine.7, plus regardless of the iPad professional two launches with.

For currently we are able to solely guess at different specs, however with each the iPad Air two and iPad professional nine.7 exploitation twoGB of RAM it appears doubtless that the iPad Air three are going to be restricted to it likewise – with any boosts reserved for the iPad professional 2.

On the package aspect, it’s guaranteed to run regardless of the latest version of iOS is at the time, that ought to be iOS ten if it launches within the half of 2016.

TechRadar’s take: A changed A9 chipset is thinkable, since the iPad Air three appearance set to be positioned as a more cost-effective choice than the professional vary.
iPad Air three different options

We’re not expecting several new options from the iPad Air three. professional options like further speakers and therefore the the} sensible instrumentation area unit doubtless to stay exclusive to the professional vary – which implies you'll be able to most likely also declare any kind of official keyboard or stylus accent.

But existing options like the fingerprint scanner area unit doubtless to come back, and there’s an honest likelihood Apple can re-work the house button to form it pressure sensitive in line with the iPhone seven.
iPad Air three value

The iPad Air three is certain to undercut the professional vary, and there area unit rumors to back that up. thus it'll doubtless sell for either what the iPad Air two presently retails for – specifically $399/£379/AU$569, or for what the Air two originally launched at ($499/£399/AU$699). In either case that might doubtless be for a 32GB Wi-Fi solely model.

Apple iPad Air 3 Setup Guide

Set up your tablet for the first time
       Complete the setup wizard
  • Swipe across the screen to begin the setup wizard.
  • Select your language - English is at the top of the list to make it easy to find, but if you wish to use a different language just scroll down until you find the one you need, then tap on it to select.
  • Choose your country, this time you will need to scroll down to find United Kingdom, or if you are elsewhere in the world choose the most appropriate option for your location.
  • You will need to connect your new iPad to the internet to activate it. This is achieved most easily by connecting to a Wi-Fi network. Locate the name of your network in the list, and tap on it to select it.
  • Enter the wireless password (this may be shown on your router, and might be called the WPA key, WEP key, or wireless passphrase) and tap Join.
  • The tick will show that you are connected, and a Wi-Fi symbol shows on the notifications bar at the top of the screen. The iPad will now activate with Apple automatically, and when that has completed the next screen will appear. This can take several minutes to go through.
  • Choose whether to enable Location services by tapping on the appropriate line. Location services help with all kinds of apps from mapping to weather and social apps.
  • If this is your first iPad you should choose to set up as New iPad. Tap this line on the screen then move on to step 9 of this guide. If you already own an iOS device you can restore from a backup of your iPad or iPhone by tapping on the appropriate option, depending on whether the backup was made through iCloud or iTunes, and following the on screen prompts to restore your content. If your previous device was backed up to iCloud, all you need to do is sign in with your Apple ID and password and agree to the T&Cs. The iPad will then start to restore but this could take several hours depending on the amount of data it needs to download. 
  • You will need to use an Apple ID on your new iPad. This is your account through which you download media or manage your tablet. If you already have one, perhaps because you already have an iPod or iPhone, then Sign in with it and continue setting up iCloud. If not, tap Create a Free Apple ID.

  • Your birthday is important when creating an Apple ID for two reasons. It forms part of the security information you may be asked for when resetting your Apple ID password, but most importantly it controls what content you are able to download from the iTunes and App stores - age-restricted items will only be offered to those old enough (according to the date of birth entered here). Choose your birthday by scrolling the date wheels at the bottom of the screen, then tap Next.
  • Enter your name and tap Next to proceed.


  • Choose an email address to associate with your Apple ID. You can use a current email address you already have access to, or create a free iCloud address. We would recommend setting up a new, free iCloud email account to use as your Apple ID, as it keeps everything to do with your iPad Air 2 together in one place. If you have an old Apple ID linked to an expired email address, there's a link at the bottom of the screen to help gain access to that account.
  • If you chose to create a free iCloud email address, you now have to choose what that address will be. You can choose almost anything, but if your choice has already been used you will be invited to try again. When you are ready to proceed, tap Next.
  • Enter a rescue email address. This is an email address you already have access to, in order to help you recover a lost or forgotten password. It is optional, but advisable. Tap Next to continue. You will see a confirmation screen regarding creating your free iCloud account, check what you have entered as you cannot change this once it has been submitted. When you are happy to proceed, tap Create.
  • Create and verify the password you wish to use with your Apple ID. This must comply with the guidelines shown on screen, and when you're satisfied with your password tap Next.
  • Create three security questions, with answers. Tap on the Question line to pick one of the choices of questions then give your Answer below, pressing Next to move on each time. These are to help you to reset your Apple password should you forget it, so we'd advise making a note of what you enter here!
  • Choose whether to receive email updates from Apple - if the switch is green, it's turned on. Tap the switch if you wish to change it, then tap Next.
  • The Terms and Conditions screen will now be displayed. There are several links to allow you to inspect them closely, but in order to use your new iPad you will have to agree to them. Do this by tapping Agree.
  • Prove you really, really agree by tapping Agree again!
  • Choose whether to use iCloud. This is Apple's online synchronization service, allowing you to share your contacts, calendars and media between all your iCloud compatible Apple devices. This also helps you keep your important data secure by backing up your contacts, calendars and camera roll photos. Tap Use iCloud to turn this on (recommended) or tap Dont Use iCloud if you'd rather not. You can always change this later on.
  • If you turned on iCloud, you will see a screen telling you about the Find My iPad service. There is a link to more information, and when you're ready to move on, tap Next.
  • You will be asked about setting up Touch ID, Apple's name for its fingerprint recognition system, allowing you to use your fingerprint in place of your passcode or password. Tap either Set Up Now or Set Up Later to continue.
  • If you want to set up Touch ID, the screen will guide you through the steps required. Due to the way the screenshots we are illustrating this guide with are taken, we can't show you the screens relating to the Touch ID setup, but we can tell you how to do it! Place your finger onto the home button, lifting it off and replacing it as requested. When the iPhone has successfully scanned your fingerprint, you will see a success screen. Tap Continue.
  • Once this is done, it will ask you to Create a Passcode as a backup to using your fingerprint. Type in a four digit code, then confirm it by entering it again.
  • You will now be given the option to use Touch ID for Purchases, such as in the App Store. Enable this by tapping that option.
  • If you chose not to set up Touch ID, then you will still be asked whether you wish to set up a passcode to secure your iPad Air 2. We would certainly recommend doing this, so to set up Passcode lock just enter your chosen 4 digit code, and then confirm it by entering it again. If they don't match, you'll be asked to do it again!
  • The next screen talks about iCloud Keychain, which is Apple's secure method of sharing your stored password and payment information across all your Apple devices. You can Set Up iCloud Keychain by tapping that option, but this can be configured at any time in the future, so you can Set Up Later if you wish.
  • You will then be asked whether to use Siri. Siri is voice control, taken a lot further. It allows you to search, send messages, check information, all without having to flick through individual apps. Choose whether to Use Siri or not by tapping on the line.
  • You can choose whether to feed information back to Apple for diagnostic purposes, or not. There's more information available on how that data is used by tapping on the link at the bottom of the page. Tap to decide whether to Automatically Send, or Don't Send information to Apple.
  • Now you should be looking at the home screen of your new iPad Air 2. You can get back to this home screen at any time by pressing the home button, which is at the bottom of the tablet just below the screen. App analytics are used by app developers to bring you better, more robust apps. You can choose whether to help by sending back information when apps crash, and other information. Click the link to find out more about how this data is used, then choose by tapping Share with App Developers or Don't Share.
  • That's the end of the setup wizard! Tap Get Started to finish.
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