The iPad mini has become something of an oddity in Apple’s product line. It’s clearly here to stay, but Apple doesn’t seem quite sure how to fit it in among smaller iPhones and larger iPad Airs.
Typically a product that shows nothing but yearly growth, Apple’s iPad slipped in sales this past quarter, marking otherwise excellent results. Was the drop due to inventory management as Apple CEO Tim Cook suggests? Perhaps. Perhaps not.
The follow-up to last year’s iPad Air should arrive late in the third-quarter with both a new processor and the Touch ID fingerprint sensor Apple built for the iPhone 5s says one analyst with a pretty solid track record of product predictions.
Looking for some last-minute gifts? Target has deals on the iPhone, iPad Air and iPad mini. Here are the complete details on the offers which include gift card bonuses.
The Los Angeles Times reports that Walmart is planning to offer the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c at significant discounts through December 24. You can get an iPhone 5c for as little as $27.
Apple is reportedly looking to bring in two new suppliers to help boost production of the iPhone 5c and iPad mini in 2014.
The original iPad mini in a fresh coat of space gray paint appears to be making its way into some Apple store locations.
With the new iPad Air losing quite a bit of weight and some girth, it could be more challenging than ever to decide between it and a new iPad mini. Here’s a visual comparison tool along with a poll on your buying plans.
Apple has returned to its old habits of building a single device that can serve the entire world, but it’s still managed to stick a lot of LTE bands in its new iPads, including T-Mobile’s.
Apple likes to let new radio technologies mature, so it’s hardly a shock that the newest Wi-Fi tech didn’t make its way into the iPad. But we’ll have to wait longer to see large-scale 802.11ac adoption in mobile.