iPad mini mockup video compares it to iPhone, iPad
Dummies of the device are already on sale in China for less than $15, and they are a good, true-to-rumor illustration of the upcoming iPad mini. Now, a video has surfaced describing one of those dummies, and putting it alongside the iPhone and iPad.
The only thing that seems worrisome about the dummy is its weight, but chances are Apple will slim it down by the time of launch, judging by the company’s obsessions with slimmer and lighter gadgets. Are you waiting for the iPad mini? Check out the video below to see whether it could live up to your expectations.
source: GizChina via BGR
5. SuperAndroidEvo posted on 20 Sep 2012, 08:14 0
This is really aimed more for the existing Apple customer or more the Apple fan than anything else. This is the fan that eats, sleeps & breathes Apple. They already have a Mac desktop, a Mac Book, an iPhone, an iPad, an iPod Touch & finally the iPad mini when it comes out.
The last 3 are EXACTLY the same just different sizes & one of those can make phone calls. I mean if you really wanted an Apple tablet they already would have bought the New iPad. I really don't think people were holding out for the 7" tablet from Apple.
So to answer your question..... really nothing but a different size. lol
2. RaKithAPeiRiZ posted on 20 Sep 2012, 06:25 0
Highly unlikely ...it will spell the end for the $300 iPod touch and 16GB iPad ,
3. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 20 Sep 2012, 06:40 0
what do you expect... its china for crying out loud!! they even mock up the 808 pureview with android 2.3 on it with .3mp camera!
4. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 20 Sep 2012, 06:50 0
i dont really think this will be true..put part of me say it might be true coz all the leaks of the iPhone 5 turns out to be true!
but about this 'iPad mini' how much would it be? the new iPod touch are at $299 32GB version...knowing apple, they wont make product that will hurt one of its own product..
but if this will turn out to be 8GB and 16GB version at price $249 and $300 then it will be reasonable (coz its apple's business)