The iPad mini is almost 4 months old now and while there will be some consumers already looking ahead to the 2nd-gen version of Apple’s smaller tablet, there are still plenty of people who have yet to make up their mind and purchase one of these devices. There could be many reasons for this, firstly because they do not know if they would rather an Android alternative, and secondly because they can’t decide if they would rather the larger iPad instead.
We can understand the dilemma that some of you are under so thought that we would show you a few iPad mini review visuals that have been published this year, which do make for great reviews because some of these reviewers would have had their tablets for a few months now, giving you a greater idea of just what the iPad mini is like.
The first video goes through all the basics, such as small design features and that all-new Lightning port. They do point out that while surfing the net is fun like it is on the full-size iPad, it can be a little bit more difficult because of having a smaller screen.
When some people had made their purchase of the iPad mini, they thought that they might regret their decision because of the lack of Retina, which is rumored to be coming in the 2nd-gen model. However, in the second video review this might not be a concern becasue it looks at the gaming performance, and it’s suggested that the graphics are running at a higher level than on certain Android devices.
The final iPad mini video review is not like a normal review aimed at consumers, but rather aimed at a business perspective. He discusses how in many cases you could replace your main computer and making it more mobile by using this smaller tablet from Apple. He goes on to say that it is all about how you design your business and if you get it right, the iPad mini could be that perfect device to help you manage your business.
Are you happy with the iPad mini almost four months on and what would you like to see improved on the next version?
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