With a new iPhone, you might be thinking: “This is the new iPhone.”
That was exactly what many people expected, but the device was actually just called the iPad in the early years of its release.
This week, however, the new iPad is now officially known as the iPad Mini, and will be sold in two different sizes: a 13.9-inch model, and a 16.4-inch version.
We caught up with Apple to learn more about the device’s new name, as well as its specs and features.
What’s in the new Apple iPad Mini?
The iPad Mini is Apple’s first foray into a bigger tablet.
It has a 13-inch screen and a 1.8GHz processor, both of which are upgraded to a 1GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage.
The iPad Mini also has a new version of the Apple Pencil, which is now available as a USB-C accessory.
The device also has USB-c to USB-A connectivity, which Apple says will make it easier for users to connect to the internet.
We tested the iPad mini in a variety of environments to see how well it performs in different conditions.
In our tests, the device ran in just about every possible environment from the office to the airport, including both indoors and outdoors.
What about specs?
The new iPad Mini has a 3.5-inch 1080p display and a Snapdragon 821 processor, with 1GB RAM.
It also has 1GB, 64GB, and 128GB of internal storage, and Apple says the device will have a 3,000mAh battery.
It’s powered by a 10-inch Retina Display with Gorilla Glass 3, and is also equipped with the Apple HealthKit, which allows you to send messages, email, and more directly to the device.
Apple says that the iPad Pro will feature a new model of the iPad, but no word on pricing or availability yet.
What do you think of Apple’s new iPad name?
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