Apple’s iPad mini drops to $ 345 on Amazon
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For the first time since early February, the last ipad mini is for sale on Amazon. You can get the 64GB silver or space gray model of the small tablet for $ 345, or about $ 55 off its regular price. The last time it was on sale it was $ 10 cheaper at $ 335, but this new discount is still good if you’ve had your eye on the tablet for a while.
Although this version of the iPad mini was released in 2019, we still consider it the best little tablet for most people. We gave him a score of 85 partly for its compact design – it has a 7.9 inch Retina display which will be much better for reading e-books and comics on your smartphone panel, not to mention that it gives you more space for playing games, browsing the web, and more.
Unfortunately, the overall look of the iPad mini is a bit dated – it still has big bezels around its screen and the physical home button. But that also means the mini supports TouchID, a feature many will likely be happy to have in place of FaceID. At the time of its release, Apple upgraded the iPad mini to an A12 Bionic chipset and gave the panel a fair amount of power. We also like its 11-hour battery life and its support for the first-generation Apple Pencil.
If you’re looking for an e-reader-sized tablet that can handle almost anything you throw at it, the iPad mini is the one for you. Now, there is a chance that Apple will be announcing a new iPad mini soon. Rumors of such a new model swirled with those of new iPad Pro and the eagerly awaited Apple AirTags. The company usually hosts a material event in the spring, but it’s still unclear when that event will happen this year – if at all. Still, if you don’t want to wait for announcements for the next event to end, this current iPad mini deal is a solid one to consider.
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