Review: Apple iPad (2017)

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A few minutes after the Eurostar train pulled out of King’s Cross station in London and began its two-hour journey to Brussels, I grabbed my iPad out of my bag. I opened the Kindle app and read a few chapters of Call for the Dead, John le Carré’s first novel. Then I switched to Netflix and watched the new Louis CK special I’d downloaded. I flipped to the camera and took a photo, because I mean, the countryside, it’s so quaint. I played Typeshift, read the news, played FIFA, made a dent in my Instapaper queue, and jotted down a few notes about things I needed to get while we were in Belgium. As we rolled into Brussels, I’d barely knocked 10 percent off my iPad’s battery. So I flipped LTE on and tried to figure out how the heck to get to our Airbnb.