Analyst Says iPad Mini 2 is Getting ‘Pulled-In’

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Are you waiting for the 2nd generation iPad mini? As we know Apple is expected to launch the next generation iPad mini with retina display. If you are waiting for the retina display enabled iPad mini 2, then you will be happy to know that it will be launched soon. According to CNET, RBC Capital Markets analyst Doug Freedman is claiming that iPad mini 2 is getting ‘Pulled-In’. He has also claimed that Apple is accelerating iPad mini 2 production. If the report comes true, then the 2nd generation iPad mini will be launched sooner than expected.¬†This is a great news for iPad mini lovers.

Analyst Says iPad Mini 2 is Getting Pulled-In

Currently, no information available about the launch date of iPad mini 2. It is expected that next generation iPad mini will come with retina display. The backlighting industry sources of Taiwan has already confirmed that the next iPad mini will come with retina display. They have also confirmed that a new LED light bar technology will be used in the next iPad mini to make it thinner than the current iPad mini. Previously, it was expected that Apple will launch iPad mini with retina display, but they had announced iPad mini without retina display on October 23rd. It features 7.9-inch display, 5MP iSight camera, 1.2MP FaceTime camera, dual-core A5 processor, Wi-Fi, Siri, ambient light sensor, lightning connector and 3.5-mm headphone jack. iPad mini is available in two versions such as iPad mini (Wi-Fi) and iPad mini (Wi-Fi + Cellular).

Still no words from Apple regarding iPad mini 2. It is expected that Apple will launch the next generation iPad mini in the fall of 2013. We are hoping the report from RBC Capital Markets analyst Doug Freedman will come true. Currently, you can buy iPad mini without retina display. You have to $329 to purchase 16GB iPad mini (Wi-Fi), $429 to purchase 32GB iPad mini (Wi-Fi) and $529 to purchase 64GB iPad mini (Wi-Fi).

Rudra

Rudra is an engineer and covers everything related to Apple. He keeps Techcular updated with latest Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Jailbreak articles.

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