The new iPad mini with Retina Display will arrive in a quartet of shades – silver, white, gray and black (what, no gold?). When will it hit the market? Later this November, with a $399 price point, clearly showing that Apple is playing hardball this time around. The previous generation iPad mini will still be available with a $299 price point now. Will their pricing strategy help Apple earn record profits in the coming quarters? Only time will tell. Just to take note, the $399 iPad mini with Retina Display will be a 16GB model with Wi-Fi connectivity, while those who want built-in cellular connectivity (LTE) to accompany WI-Fi will have to pony up $529 for it. Other models for Wi-Fi only would arrive in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities at $499, $599 and $699, respectively. If you want the LTE + Wi-Fi model in larger capacities, it will cost you $629 for the 32GB model, $729 for the 64GB model and $829 for the 128GB model.
Do you like the changes that has been made to the new iPad mini? There really aren’t too much cosmetic alterations, as most of the improvements can be traced to the stuff located underneath the hood.