iPad mini

The Apple iPad mini was launched on Oct 23 2012 in San Jose. It features a 7.9″ display (1024×768), is 7.2mm thin and weighs 0.68lbs. The resolution makes it compatible with the iPad 2 apps, so previous software will just work on this device. There is a WiFi-only version, but an LTE version as well. LTE modem and bands may differ from country to country. Apple’s specification also include a 10-hour battery life, and at launch time, the USA pricing was as follow: $329 (16GB, WiFi), $429 (32GB, WiFi), $519 (64GB WiFi) — add $130 for the LTE versions. Read the iPad mini Review

8.5-inch iPad Mini Expected To Arrive In 2021
Back in the day, “mini” sized tablets were all the rage, but in case you feel that maybe the iPad mini is starting to feel a tad bit too small for your liking, you could be in luck because according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, he claims that come 2021, Apple is expected to launch a larger version of the iPad mini.

New iMac, Larger iPad Air And iPad Mini To Launch In Second Half Of 2020
According to the latest rumors, it has been suggested that Apple could announce a newly redesigned iMac at WWDC 2020. It turns out that Apple could potentially announce more than that, at least that’s according to a report from DigiTimes (paywall) which claims that Apple could launch a bunch of new products in the second half of 2020.

10.8-inch iPad, 9-inch iPad Mini Expected In Second Half Of 2020
Apple’s iPad lineup is a bit confusing at this point. In the past, there used to be just the iPad, followed by the iPad mini, but then Apple started to expand on the lineup with the iPad Air and iPad Pro, all in varying sizes and specs. Adding to that confusion, it seems that Apple could have new iPads planned for the second half of 2020 with even more new […]

How To Screenshot Your iPad Or iPad Pro
Taking a screenshot can be useful if you’re trying to show someone something on your iPad, such as a website, an app, or if you’re trying to save screenshots of a bank transaction to use as a receipt, funny conversations, or if you want to save some screenshots of an app you’re developing.

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Apple Pencil Can’t Charge Inductively With The New iPads
Apple recently launched some new iPad models. This included a 10.5-inch iPad Air and a 7.9-inch iPad mini. These are designed to be Apple’s new lower-end iPads, but despite that, they also came with support for the Apple Pencil which had more or less been an exclusive to the iPad Pro.

Old iPad Cases Won’t Fit Apple’s New iPad Air And iPad Mini
Apple recently launched their new iPads in the form of the 10.5-inch iPad Air and the iPad mini. For those who are planning to get the new iPads and are thinking that maybe some of your older iPad cases can still fit (like the iPad mini), think again. According to AppleInsider, it seems that the new iPads won’t play nice with existing cases.

Apple's New 10.5-inch iPad Air, 7.9-inch iPad Mini Officially Announced
It has been rumored for a while now that Apple could have a bunch of new iPads in the works. These aren’t the iPad Pros which were only recently refreshed last year, but rather the rumors are claiming that these are actually the budget iPads which could be launched in new 10.2-inch and 10.5-inch options.

iPad Mini 5 Case Leak Confirms Familiar Design
According to the rumors, Apple is set to release the iPad mini 5 in the near future. The tablet has not been updated in years and if you were hoping to see a brand new design similar to the new iPad Pros, think again. This is because according to photos published by 91Mobiles (via Cult of Mac), it seems that Apple won’t be straying too far from the previous design.

Report Confirms Apple’s Plans For A Bunch Of New iPads For 2019
Last year Apple introduced a new budget iPad with Apple Pencil support. The company later updated its iPad Pro lineup with a brand new design with Face ID, and if the rumors are true, Apple could be gearing up for an iPad refresh along with a long overdue refresh of the iPad mini.

New iPad, iPad Mini Coming This Spring
Apple refreshed their lineup of iPad Pros last year which means that we probably won’t be seeing a refresh of that anytime soon. This means that in terms of iPad refreshes, what we can expect to see is a refresh to last year’s budget iPad, and if the rumors are true, the iPad mini as well which has been neglected for quite a while.

Next-Gen iPad, iPad Mini Might Not Come With Face ID
With Apple’s new iPad Pros launched last year, Apple finally brought Face ID technology to its iPads. We expect that this trend will continue this year, but unfortunately it won’t be for the iPad or iPad mini refresh that we have been hearing about. This is according to developer Steve Troughton-Smith who discovered references made to new iPads in the iOS 12.2 beta.

Apple Registers A Bunch Of New iPads Over In Europe
According to a recent report, it has been suggested that Apple has some new iPads in the works that could be launched in the first half of the year. This includes a refresh to the budget iPad that was introduced last year, and also a refresh to the iPad mini which hasn’t been refreshed in quite a while.

New iPads Expected For The First Half Of 2019
In the early part of 2019, Apple launched a new entry-level iPad that featured slightly dated specs. However at its price point and the fact that it was compatible with the Apple Pencil made it a very tempting purchase for those who did not see the need to spend that much money on the iPad Pro.

Alleged iPad Mini 5 Photos Leaked, Doesn’t Seem Too Different
According to the rumors, Apple is said to be working on a new iPad mini tablet. A leak from last month hinted that we could be looking at a new design which isn’t surprising given how old the tablet is. However a new leak from Twitter user Mr White (via Cult of Mac) seems to suggest otherwise.