In a surprising move, Apple quietly released new iPad models, sent out press releases, and renounced fanfare. The iPad Mini needed an update and finally has one, and the iPad Pro 1
0.5 is no longer available, but the new iPad Air.
The iPad mini update was long overdue
Apple last The iPad Mini was updated almost four years ago. And while the Mini is the little device it could be, four years are tough for any technology. The processor was showing its age some time ago, the display technology was outdated and the 1.2 megapixel camera was best not used. Today's update takes care of all this, and with only a small, painful cost. The latest iPad mini pushes the processor from the A8 to the A12 (only the bare-bang jumps between the hardware updates home), which should lead to a significant increase in speed.
In addition, the display is brighter and raises to Trutone and the front camera now shoots at 7 megapixels. This is an improvement, but there is still no support for FaceID. Finally, Apple added a pencil support to the Mini that would make this iPad ideal for travel notes. But the cost of all this improvement? The entry-level option for $ 399 128 GB is now 64 GB. For $ 549, you can increase storage to 256GB, and if you can afford it, this is probably your best bet.
The iPad Air is the iPad Pro that Most People Should Get