Here's a specs comparison between 9.7-inch iPad Pro vs 12.9-inch iPad Pro vs iPad Air 2 vs iPad mini 4 vs iPad mini 2 for those looking to make a new purchase from Apple's tablet lineup.
The iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 have been officially announced, and the big question in everyone’s mind right now is: how do they compare to the original iPad Air and the iPad mini 2 with Retina display from last year?
In terms of pricing, Apple's product line-up is inaccessible to many, and in particular, students. Beset by fees and general student debt, the purchase of a product like the iPad Air or iPad mini with Retina display is largely out of the question, and as such, Apple frequently offers discounts to those studying in university or college. Apparently, those two aforementioned slates are now subject to the Cupertino's special education pricing structure, with prices starting at $469 for the iPad Air and $379 for the Retina iPad mini.
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Android versus iOS is a discussion that people never get tired of. It seems that within every comment board, social network or forum on the internet, there's a good chance you'll come across an iOS user trying to convince an Android user to use their platform, or vice versa. It's clear that users are extremely passionate about their operating system of choice (some more so than others), but for that reason it's important to show how the latest additions to each platforms stack up against each other. In this case, we're talking about the new iPad mini 2 with Retina Display, which was rather sneakingly released by Apple this past week.
It seems that we can't have any big Apple product release these days without it being laden with some sort of baggage. The infamous 'antennagate’ debacle of the iPhone 4 was perhaps the biggest blow up that we've seen lately, but that doesn't mean that other products haven't had their fair share of issues. It seems that the very recent release of the iPad mini 2 with Retina display may be the latest Apple hardware to suffer from an issue that could very well be blown out of all proportion.
Retina Display iPad mini 2, iPad mini 1 and iPad Air's complete size, weight, browser speed and gaming performance test demonstrated in the video embedded below.
Whenever a new device is released to market, the benchmark tests begin almost instantaneously. Today, the iPad mini with Retina display made its long-awaited debut, and although it still appears in very short supply, it has already been put through its paces and compared with some of the other marquee devices in the iOS product line. As it transpires, it's almost identical to the iPhone 5s in terms of speed, although both the iPad mini 2 with Retina display and the Touch ID-enabled handset fall slightly behind the iPad Air, which is faster than both.
It emerged earlier on today that the launch of the iPad mini 2 with Retina display had begun, shortly after news began to spread, it became apparent that the device was, at least in the United States, only available for Personal Pickup. Now, a press release from the Cupertino company has confirmed this to be the case, and with such short supply of the second-gen iPad mini, it's likely to be a while before this begins to change.
The Retina iPad mini 2 was announced alongside the iPad Air at Apple’s special media event in October. But at that time, Apple vaguely announced that the device will be available ‘later in November’, and no proper calendar date was given. And today, out of nowhere, the device has made its way to Apple’s Online Store.