Here we can differentiate the Kindle vs iPad on the basis of technical specifications, Reader’s usage, On the basis of Readability. TO know read as follows:
Kindle vs iPad (in brief)
Kindle Vs iPad (Technical specifications)
iPad Air is a popular choice among users for its sleek design and fast and updated A7 processor. A bit on another hand Kindle FireHDX 8.9 is more than iPad with a higher-resolution screen than the Air and clever new features, like the Mayday button for instant support. To compare Kindle vs iPad we closely examined the both on technical specifications ground with performance. To know read further:
An outlay of Kindle Vs iPad
On the design side the shape of Kindle Fire has an eye-catching appearance compared with other average rectangular tablets, well that includes iPad Air also. When you will look the edges you will find that the Kindle Fire edges all are angled, offering an aerodynamic look. But if it is the premium look you are looking for then chamfered chrome edges on the Air screen’s bezel will attract you more. When compared with Kindle Fire chassis, the iPad Air has a more elegant aluminum back, compared with the HDX’s plastic chassis.
with the dimensions of 9.2 x, 6.2 x 0.31 inches and Kindle Fire 8.9-inch is more compact than the iPad Air which comes with the dimensions of (9.4 x 6.6 x 0.29 inches). And weighing just 0.89 pounds, the HDX is also lighter than other tablets in its class, including the 1.05-pound iPad Air. However, the Air has a larger 9.7-inch display, giving you more screen real estate in a thinner package.
Also. the volume buttons and power buttons locations is different for both of the devices, Where Amazon opted to put the power and physical volume controls on opposite sides of the back (when held in landscape mode) and on the other hand Apple placed the power button on the top of the iPad Air (in portrait mode), while the Silent/Screen rotation lock switch and volume buttons sit on the top-right edge. In Apple switching between the apps and exiting the apps is much more fun and easy with placing a physical home button on the bottom of the front.
Display Kindle vs iPad
Amazon Kindle comes with the 8.9-inch with a sharp 2560 x 1600-pixel, 8.9-inch display with a density of 339 pixels per inch. WHich has much more to offer than the Apple iPad which comes with the Retina display (2048 x 1536 pixels with 264 PPI). Also, the dimension and display including 440 lux and 408 nits of brightness on the Fire HDX 8.9-inch beats the Apple iPad on competition where Apple comes with (411 lux)
When it comes to watching action-fiction movies the iPad appeared slightly brighter, but the Kindle Fire likely to offer deeper colors.
Audio competition Kindle vs iPad
When it comes to comparison of Kindle Fire and iPad on Audio terms both the devices are enriched with 8.9-inch sport dual speakers. When you held the iPad in portrait mode, you will see both of the dual speakers are on the bottom of the edge in line. On the other hand in Kindle, the dual speakers are on the bottom of the slate in landscape mode. When you watch movies this feature comes handy as when you lay both devices on a table, the Kindle’s speakers actually amplify the sound by bouncing off the table. When both of the devices are compared on audio grounds, the Fire speakers pumped out audio at a loud 74 decibels. The iPad Air, in comparison, only put out 67-db.
When audio sound is compared on clarity the iPad score more than that of Kindle Fire. When a sound oriented audio is played then the in iPad the sound was clear and crisp and allowed us to differentiate various instruments as compared tot he Kindle where the sound is more of sound like muddled.
Apps feature Kindle vs iPad
Kindle Fire has much more to offer other than just reading. With App feature, you can do other things like watch movies, chat with your besties and download music and listen to music. But if you are easily distracted and wan sole reading then Kindle Paperwhite is the right choice for you. As Kindle Fire is working on an Android-based operating system so it allows the apps.you can install many kinds of apps on it, such as chat apps, games, music and so on which you can get from the Google Play. With these apps, you can chat with your friends, listen to music and watch movies. Also, you can have access to install other reader apps beyond Kindle for Android, which can allow you to read .epub or .pdf books on Kindle Fire. You will never read epub books on Kindle Paperwhite unless you jailbreak your Kindle Paperwhite.
On the other hand where Amazon says it has more than 100,000 apps in its app store, nearly 75,000 of which are free. Where in compared with Amazon, Apple iPad App Store has more than 475,000 tablet-friendly apps in a larger store of nearly 1 million. In Apple iPad, the apps offer more of a graphics and tablet-optimized experience as compared to the Amazon Kindle.
Multimedia feature Kindle vs iPad
Kindle is more of ebook roots, offers more of enriched multimedia experience. True to its ebook nature, Kindle offers a catalog of millions of e-book titles. With the company’s new Immersion Reading, you can get even more engrossed in your next e-book. In Kindle Fire, you can synchronize Kindle ebook with relatable Audible audiobooks, side by side highlighted text while there is audio going on same for the highlighted test which is more of a children-friendly feature, but also useful for the adults on those days when you feel like to give eyes rest and peacefully listening to the audio files.
Although Apple iPad has iBook app, you can get Kindle app on iPad as well. But the Kindle app offers more of economical price as compared with iPad’s iBook. Where Amazon has more than 0 million songs from thousands of artists, as well as a large selection of newspapers and magazines. But the same is with the Apple store where it has own gold-standard iTunes store for music, as well as newspapers and magazines. If inc case you are having AMazon prime membership then you can access thousands of free multimedia perks but is effective on iPad as you can also access your Amazon on iPad.
Parental and other features Kindle vs iPad
In today’s world, everyone in the family has control over the single tablet including children. Where children are concerned they should not be allowed to access an entire world of inappropriate apps and the full Web. Here Amazon Kindle has the solution. Parents can easily create profiles for different children, and hand-select which books, apps, games, and videos their kids can access (including the browser and the store). We especially appreciate that parents can set daily limits for tablet use, or restrict specific categories of content, such as games and movies.
In Apple, although this feature is also available but somewhat with basic functions. By going into the Settings > General > Restrictions. From here, you can turn off access to stores, browser and in-app purchases, and even restrict content based on ratings.
Kindle vs iPad in camera
The Apple iPad can record 1080p videos with having rear 5-MP camera has an f2.4 aperture. On the other hand, the rear camera of Kindle can also record in 1080p with 8-MP comes with flash. The Kindle Fire camera offers more color representation and detail. Also, shots in low light appeared much clearer with the feature of flash.
The Apple iPad has front FaceTime HD 1.2-MP camera and in Kindle 720p front shooter. When you take the selfies with both of the Kindle Fire and Apple iPad, here Apple iPad selfies has better resolution and color representation
Battery life KIndle Vs iPad
There is not much of the difference in the context of battery life comparison of Kindle vs iPad. When testing them both, it is found that the Kindle Fire lasted an epic 13 hours and 42 minutes. The iPad Air, on the other hand, lasted 11 hours and 51 minutes. The tablet category average is 7:16.
When compared on Kindle Fire with Apple iPad Air, both comparing on different grounds of usage, features, Technical specifications; Apple iPad scores more than of Kindle Fire. Apple scores more of than of Kindle based on its design, audio quality, user interface and performance with productivity. The best point for Apple iPad Air is that App Store’s huge selection of apps specifically designed for tablets.
On the other hand, Kindle Fire is a good choice for families for its lighter design, a better camera, and enriched parental controls. Both the devices are on the good side for their unique features. Kindle Fire is a good ebook device with enriched multimedia experience and enhanced camera features but Apple iPad Air is an overall fine tablet.
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