Apple iPad Mini event set for October 23rd?

Apple iPad Mini event set for October 23rd?
According to AllThingsD, Apple will unveil the oft-rumored iPad Mini on October 23rd.

The device will feature a 7.85-inch display, making it a direct rival to the Amazon Kindle Fire HD and the Google Nexus 7. There have been plenty of rumors about the device, mainly about what features it is missing compared to its larger brother.

Supposedly, the tablet will lose Retina Display and cellular data connectivity, and will not add the A6 processor seen in the iPhone 5. However, the tablet will also allegedly lose some of its hefty price, with the $299 figure being thrown around the most. At $299, the device will be more expensive than its rivals, but $200 cheaper than the third-generation iPad and $100 cheaper than the aging iPad 2.

Furthermore, the new iPad will have the new Lightning connector.

Take a look at the supposed leaked pictures of the upcoming tablet:

Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 12 Oct 2012 19:25
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  • nbfreak2

    And they all run to buy it...THE END

    13.10.2012 09:20 #1

  • mukhis

    $299 w/o retina and 3G? no A6 either? i was about to be one of the possible customers apple, you lost me.

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    13.10.2012 12:14 #2

  • megadunderhead

    The reason for this move was simple the retina display all though needed when made with a larger display really isn't needed on a smaller pad it would also cause people to get sick because the screen would cause motion sickness

    13.10.2012 21:50 #3

  • LordRuss

    Still $100 more, their faithful didn't even get the same processor as the i5 or the Retina display. And the bargain is...?

    They'll probably still sell a bunch of the damned things to the unwitting & then the rest of us will again decree "told you so", when the cries of "we didn't get this/that" start to arise again. Followed by some diuretic Apple excuse or another for how it's basically the consumer's fault for having bought the POS in the first place (time & again).

    14.10.2012 12:33 #4

  • xboxdvl2

    Originally posted by nbfreak2: And they all run to buy it...THE END
    typical Apple fan in my link link based on the mentallity people will run out to buy it.

    R.I.P. mr 1990 ford myself a 1993 toyota corolla seems to run good.computers still going good.

    15.10.2012 04:06 #5

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