2019 Apple iPad Mini

Mar 19, 2019

Category: Tech

Apple has left the iPad Mini relatively untouched since 2015, but now they’ve finally revised the compact tablet to keep up with the endless growth of technology. Dethroning the iPad Mini 4, the 2019 Apple iPad Mini is built to perform faster than the previous model.

Housing a more powerful A12 Bionic processor with triple the speed and nine times better graphics quality than the previous iteration, the new iPad Mini is better than ever. Although it has the same 7.9-inch screen size, the Retina display has been upgraded with True Tone technology, allowing images to look natural under any light source by dynamically adjusting the white balance. The lightweight aluminum tablet also has Touch ID, an 8-megapixel rear camera, 7-megapixel FaceTime camera, support for the original Apple Pencil, and a lightning connector. The Apple iPad Mini is available now in space gray, gold, and silver for $399.

Purchase: $399

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