Apple iPad mini (2021) Review
The Apple iPad mini has reported suffering from “middle child syndrome,” failing to get the same amount of attention as the more cheap iPad or the productivity-focused (and bit higher price) iPad Pro. The fifth-generation iPad mini has the potential to change that. It’s been updated to look like Apple’s elite iPad Pro line, and it features the same A15 chipset as the iPhone 13 Pro, double the storage of its previous model, a little larger screen, second-generation Apple Pencil functionality, and the choice for sub-6GHz 5G connectivity. Its battery will easily power you throughout the day. All of these improvements in the Apple iPad mini, however, come at a price: the tablet costs $100 above its forerunner, starting at $499.
Front of the tablet is dominated by an 8.3-inch, 2,226-by-1,488-pixel screen. It’s a laminated anti-reflective LCD that’s bright enough to view in direct sunshine. While it lacks the 120Hz Pro-Motion display found in more expensive iPad Pro versions, the difference between 60Hz and 120Hz isn’t significant. Sure, screens with a refresh rate of 120Hz are better, but until you’re used to them, the iPad mini feels pretty much good.
|CPU||Apple A15 Bionic|
|Screen Resolution||2,226 by 1,448 pixels|
|Operating System||Apple iPadOS|
|Storage Capacity||64 GB|
|Camera||12 MP rear+12 MP front|
|Battery Life||up to 10 hours|
|Dimensions||7.7 by 5.3 by 0.3 inches|
|Screen Size||8.3 inches|
The prices mentioned here are in USD and are subjected to change at any point of time and may as well differ based on the country due to duty taxes and the ever-changing rate of dollar. On this website, we have targeted the prices mainly in the regions of USA, UK, India and Pakistan.
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