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AlanRalph wrote: »
I've got an original iPad which I'm looking to replace, as newer apps do not run as well on it. I will probably opt for the 3rd generation iPad, and trade in my current one to cover some of the cost. Since I use it mainly for reading, the retina display appeals to me, plus I can transfer all of my app purchases straight onto the new device.
The iPad Mini is certainly tempting, but I'd like to find out more about how well it works in real-life use. Whilst it is more expensive than the Kindle Fires and most of the Android tablets, I think Apple is banking on reaching those who may already have an iPhone but haven't yet been able to justify an iPad.
One area which might well benefit from the new iPad Mini is education. Apple already has a foothold there, and if more schools were able to justify purchasing iPads for the classrooms then that lead will just mushroom.
MSE_Darryl wrote: »
"A cheaper version of the iPad appears next week, which may appeal to those who can't afford a standard Apple tablet..."
Read the full story:How cheap is the iPad Mini?
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