Apple will reportedly be hosting its next iPad event on the 22nd of October. Probably not-accidentally, this happens to be the same day that Nokia had announced for its next Nokia World event in Abu Dhabi.
We’ve been hearing rumours about it for what seems like ages and now Apple has finally unveiled the newest addition to its ever-growing family – the iPad Mini. As expected, the iPad Mini is a toned-down version of the iPad line with less attention paid towards high end specs and more of a focus on keeping the iPad experience fluid while bringing down the starting price.
We’ve been hearing a lot of talk about a mini version of the iPad since before the New iPad (3rd generation iPad) hit shelves. Despite its failure to appear back then, talk of its impending release has spread across the internet with a steadfast resilience, growing in momentum and scale all the while. Now, we’re finally hearing talk, from the Wall Street Journal no-less, that production of the iPad Mini has begun.
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