iPad Mini 2 Rear Panel Compared to iPad 5 Rear Panel [Video]

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Many people are eagerly waiting to buy iPad mini 2. It is one of the most anticipated devices of 2013. We have already seen various leaked parts of this device. Now you can see a comparison between the next smaller iPad and the current smaller iPad. According to unboxtherapy, they have managed to get their hands on the rear panel of the next smaller iPad. They have posted a video of iPad Mini 2 rear panel and iPad 5 rear panel. It shows the comparison between these devices.

iPad Mini 2 Rear Panel Compared to iPad 5 Rear Panel

The video clearly shows the rear panel of the next smaller iOS tablet. The comparison indicates that the thickness of the next smaller iPad will be similar to the thickness of the next iPad. The upcoming smaller iOS tablet will look like the current smaller iOS tablet. There will be no major changes in the design of this tablet. It may be slimmer than the current smaller iOS tablet. A source recently claimed that it will come with improved camera and faster processor. You may be able to make good quality video calling using this device as it is expected to come with 2MP front facing camera. You may be able to use Retina display enabled apps on this device as it is expected to come with Retina display.

From the video you can see the width of iPad mini 2 is 13.5 cm while the width of iPad 5 is 17 cm. The length of iPad mini 2 is 20 cm while the width of iPad 5 is 24 cm. You can get some information about the design of iPad mini 2 after watching this video. We have already seen some photos of this tablet. You may have to wait a few more months to buy it. Still no word from Apple regarding its next iOS tablet. It is expected that the Cupertino company will unveil it in an event that is going to be held within a few days.

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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