Apple iPad Mini 2

  • Apple iPad Mini 2
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The iPad mini with Retina display is powered by a 64 bit CPU with Apple's A7 chip, meaning it's just as powerful as the full sized iPar Air. The iPad mini with Retina Display comes in two versions, the Wi-Fi model and a cellular version. It comes in 16GB or 128GB configurations. The retina mini also comes in silver/white and black/space gray and features a 5MP camera.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on 90

Price aside, Apple has once again produced a fantastic product with the iPad mini, and it’s sure to please anyone in the market for a small tablet this holiday season.

By tablet-news.com on -

The iPad Mini Retina is a very well balanced slate announced in the fall of 2013 and for some reason it has delayed reaching our test table till now. The product is very welcome here, because I'm an iPad Mini owner and I will be constantly comparing the...

By FoneArena on -

Overall, the iPad Mini with Retina display is a great upgrade over the original iPad Mini. The iPad Mini with Retina display comes with one of the best processors from Apple – A7 and combines it with M7 co-processor. On the performance front, it is...

By The Inquirer on 90

HARDWARE DESIGNER Apple revealed its second-generation 8in tablet last October, dubbing it the less-catchy iPad Mini with Retina display, rather than the iPad Mini 2, which is how everyone outside the Apple marketing department refers to the...

By V3.co.uk on 80

The addition of the Retina screen is a real boost to the 8in tablet range from Apple, and it's impressive that battery life hasn't been impacted. But the cost and lack of security features are a...

By Expert Reviews on 100

Better in every way, the new iPad Mini drops all of the compromises of its predecessor and is the best small...

By Computer Shopper on 90

Like a sized-down iPad Air, the Retina iPad Mini gives Apple an equally strong contender in compact tablets, marrying a terrific display with close-to-perfect aesthetics. Though pricey for the size, it's one of the best small tablets you can buy....

By Recombu on 100

When we first clutched last year's Apple iPad Mini , we were instantly sold. The compact and featherlight body was a dream compared with the 4th-generation iPad 's bulky, heavy build, making it friendly on our puny biceps. The iPad Mini wasn't perfect,...

By 3G UK on 100

The iPad mini with Retina Display is a hugely impressive device with no real faults. Everything from the screen to the design to the battery life and sheer power of this thing is high end. With a starting price of £319 and going up to as much as £659...

By Engadget on 92

The iPad mini matches the full-sized iPad Air in display quality, design and performance. Just be prepared to pay more than you would have for last year's...

By PC Pro on 83

Apple upgrades its iPad Mini with a top-notch Retina display and a super-charged new processor – the result is a superb, if pricey, compact...

By APC Magazine on 80

Whether you like or loathe the company, it's hard to dispute that Apple is still the king when it comes to tablets, with its market share hovering around the 30% mark just before the release of these new models. With the most mature tablet ecosystem and...

By makeuseof.com on -

The $399 iPad mini (16 GB Wi-Fi) with Retina display is over $100 more expensive than the 16GB Nexus 7. It's also $100 more expensive than the original iPad mini model (without Retina display), costs exactly the same as a 16GB iPad 2, and is only $100...

By PC Advisor on -

It might look the same as the original, but the second-generation iPad mini has some serious upgrades. The screen is the most obvious: the high resolution brings all the sharpness and clarity we've come to expect from Retina-equipped iPads. See also:...

By HotHardware on -

It comes as no surprise that the iPad mini with Retina display is a barn-burner when it comes to performance. It’s the first 7” slate to be equipped with a 64-bit processor, and considering that the internal composition here is quite similar to that...

By gottabemobile.com on -

As someone who has uses the iPad mini with Retina Display alongside the iPad Air since their release there's not many more observations I can make as to the specifics of the smaller iPad mini. The differences in my view rest solely on size and how that...

By tabletpcreview.com on 90

The Apple iPad mini with Retina display is easy to carry around, it looks great, and it offers much faster performance than its predecessor, a necessity for running iOS 7 well. The biggest issue TPCR is confronted with is the price for storage, because...

By techradar.com/au/ on 90

The iPad mini 2 is almost flawless in so many ways. The rich App catalog mean it's a device that will grow with you, and the 64-bit A7 chip and Retina display are certainly future-proofing users from an outdated device. The design is still the best in...

By EuroGamer on -

Apple's decision to make its Office, photo and media apps available for free signals a move to transition the perception of the iPad from a consumption-only device into something more flexible - a tablet that aims to put the final nails in the coffin of the entry-level laptop market.

By 5FWD on 80

Many of you screamed for an iPad mini with a Retina display, and now Apple has delivered. It’s an improvement on last year’s iPad mini in every way possible, but we can’t help but think it’s still a little on the pricey side. With rivals like the...