Apple products seem to be all over the place anymore. There’s always a new generation on the horizon, offering a new gizmo or feature that promises to be better than its predecessor. Seeing as the fourth and currently shiniest generation of tablets was detailed just yesterday, you can bet that there are some goodies you won’t want to pass up.
One such item is the new iPad Mini which has a 7.9” display. It runs an A5 dual-core chipset, much like the iPad2, and will give you a 1024×768 touchscreen at 163 ppi. It has black and white options, and uses an 8-pin connecter to keep things trim. It will have a 10-hour battery life, with a forward-facing 720p camera, and a rear-facing 1080p camera. This will be using iOS 6, and the price range is $329-$649, depending on if you want WiFi, more gigs, or the 4G LTE version. You’ll be able to put in a pre-order starting on October 26th, unless of course you’re wanting to go for the full iPad 4, in which case you’d be looking at a starting price of $499.