The iPad Mini is the new iPhone 5 when it comes to Apple rumors, but for some reason, there’s been very little mention of a release date for Apple’s rumored smaller tablet.
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Apple’s heavily rumored iPad Mini tablet will be large enough to easily consume media off the web, in apps and through e-books, but small enough to hold comfortably in one hand.
Here’s something you don’t see everyday: A CEO apologizing for a product that just wasn’t up to snuff.
But that’s what Apple CEO Tim Cook did this morning.
There’s a lot of hype around Apple’s next big (er… little) project, the iPad Mini.
But sales could struggle if Google decides to cheapen its Nexus 7 down to $99. The expected price for Apple’s smaller tablet? Probably about $350.
As the excitement begins to die down over Apple’s iPhone 5, it’s time to focus on the next much-rumored product: The iPad Mini.
Complaints weren’t in short supply when it came to the introduction of Apple’s in-house Maps app, which was part of the recent iOS 6 release.
Now that iOS 6 is out, we can begin wondering how it will impact Apple’s next rumored product: the iPad Mini.
Apple’s Keynote Address today gave us more than just an iPhone 5 and new iPod family. It also gave us some insight into how much the iPad Mini will cost.
In the reawakened war of tablet supremacy, Amazon has fired the first shot, but Apple has a strategy up its sleeve.