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iPad 5 crucial weight loss

It was an easy choice for some people when choosing between the iPad mini and larger 10-inch model last year, but things will change when Apple’s iPad 5 launches at a yet to be announced event in October. The main reason for this is thanks to leaked iPad 5 parts revealing a lighter weight and thinner profile.

This will mean the iPad 5 is likely to feature a weight around 30 percent lighter than the iPad 4, and a thinner profile not far away from iPad mini’s slim design.

A lot of tablet buyers went for iPad mini last year for a more portable device that is easier to hold. We have reviewed every generation of iPad, and a big change took place between the first and second generation.

Since then the external design and weight has stayed pretty much the same, and this means a tablet that can feel pretty heavy after using for a while playing certain games or performing other tasks.

The aching didn’t happen with iPad mini thanks to a lot lighter design, so this is one reason why iPad mini become really popular over the last year. There are a lot of other reasons why a lighter tablet is a good idea, although we are sure some of Product Reviews readers have their own reasons.

iPad 5 crucial weight loss — it is all change when the 5th generation iPad releases, which will not only mean improved specs but also features to create a noticeable weight difference.

If you want to understand how much has changed externally, then you can see the iPad 5 next to an iPad mini 2 in this hands-on video with a device made from leaked components. We should stress that this is not an official finished product, but rather what is expected from leaks and sources inside the supply chain.

Bottom-line: you can expect the 10-inch iPad 5 to be a lot lighter and thinner, but how important is this weight loss to you? Will the iPad 5 appeal more to you thanks to becoming thinner and lighter? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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