Next iPad Mini to Come with Retina Display

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As we know Apple had announced the smaller iPad on October 23rd. It was expected that Apple will launch iPad mini with retina display, but they had launched iPad mini without retina display. Now the good news is that Apple is planning to launch the next iPad mini with retina display. According to Digitimes, the backlighting industry sources of Taiwan has confirmed that the next iPad mini will come with retina display. This is a great news for iPad mini lovers.

Next iPad Mini to Come with Retina Display

If you are planning to purchase an iPad mini, then you must wait until the launch of the next iPad mini that will come with retina display. The sources of Digitimes has reported that a new LED light bar technology will be used in the next iPad mini to make it thinner than the current iPad mini. As we know Apple is using two LED light bars in the display of current generation iPad. LED light bar technology will allow Apple to use one LED light bar in the display of the next iPad mini. You should note that iPad mini (Wi-Fi) was available for purchase on November 2nd and iPad mini (Wi-Fi + Cellular) was available for purchase on November 16th in the U.S. 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 the next iPad mini. Recently Digitimes had correctly predicted various news about Apple products, so it is expected that the new report from Digitimes will come true and the next iPad mini will come with retina display. 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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