Apple just launched a Mini iPad along with its iPad Model. It has same features as the regular iPad models but only smaller in size. Simply put, the iPad Mini is more compact compere to the older iPad models.
And been smaller doesn’t limit its use. Granted, the smaller size might not be accepted by some users, but its features might make you think again before writing off the iPad Mini.
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iPad Mini has an 8.3-inch Retina Liquid display. It has a maximum brightness of 500 nits and this makes it relatively possible to use the device under sunlight. Another important update for the iPad mini was support for 5G networks and a Touch ID scanner in the power button.
The main camera is a 12MP sensor with an aperture of f / 1.8, a viewing angle of 122 degrees, as well as support for tracking the user’s movement and Smart HDR, which provides improved image quality taking into account the shooting conditions.
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Although it’s relatively small in size, the iPad Mini also have support for stylus. This means you can use S PEN for enhance your creativity. Other features of the iPad Mini includes; iPad mini has stereo speakers, a USB Type-C port, and a 20W fast-charge battery. And as stated above, the tablet is also compatible with the second generation Apple Pencil.
iPad Mini is made from 100% recycled aluminum and will be available in four colors. These are pink, shining star, purple, and gray space.
The starting price of the iPad Mini is $499 for the 64GB storage version and the starting price for the 256GB storage is $649. In some region in Europe, the iPad Mini will be available for pre-order from September 22, and will be available for sale starting September 24.