- iPad Air is titlecase, both 'iPad' and 'Air'
- iPad Air uses a thin variant of Myriad Pro as its branded typeface
- iPad Air's run iOS 7, not iOS 6 as pictured
- iPad Air does not come in matte black as pictured, space gray is lighter
- iPad Air does not have an 8GB version
- iPad Air does not start at US$199, it starts at US$499. No iPad is that cheap.
- The pictured iPad's appear to be Mini's, based on the spacing between the rear Apple logo and regulatory text
- Apple no longer use reflection effects in Keynotes
- The perspective of the "iPad air" text is incorrect
The image provided by news.com.au is wrong in that many ways. The story summary is a nice added bonus:
- "Nokia steals Apple's thunder with new tablet" — Nokia's tablet reveal was made on the day prior. Stolen thunder? Very unlikely. The only mention of Nokia is in that dot-point.
- "Tablet wars: who will reign supreme?" — I think a cook off with Chen Kenichi will sort that one out. Again, no mention of competitor tablets in the article.
- Isn't actually a summary of the story, primarily link bait.
[Update: These 'story summary' items are actually links to other articles. Didn't notice it previously. Why they are 'story summary' and link to articles is beyond me.]
The rest of the article is ok. Primarily a dump of Australian prices and feature overview of the products. Nothing that apple.com doesn't have.
Why did they choose that god awful image? To play with a narrative they want to portray to readers? Maybe a really really tired editor that had to wake up for the Keynote at 4am?
Just had a look at the article's author's Twitter account…