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What is the iPad mini’s role in the iPad lineup?

[2018-11-10 14:00:06]

The iPad mini has had an interesting history. When Phil Schiller first showed us a look at it in 2012, I was hooked immediately. Despite not having a Retina screen, I was in love with it. It was a great size for reading books, watching video, and browsing the web. In some ways, it showed us the path to larger iPhones. Fast forward to 2018, and we are only on the 4th generation of the iPad mini. The iPad mini 4 was released over three years ago, and we still don’t have a replacement. Despite being three years old, it’s still a great iPad. The post What is the iPad mini’s role in the iPad lineup? appeared first on 9to5Mac.

What is the iPad mini’s role in the iPad lineup?


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