iPad mini 4 review round-up: Expensive, good display and less improvements

iPad mini 4 review round-up: Expensive, good display and less improvements

Among the devices unveiled at the recent Apple event, the iPad mini, saw the most low profile launch. The device didn’t get to enjoy more time on the stage and not much emphasis was given due to its minimalist upgrades. Amidst the fan fare around the larger gigantic iPad Pro and iPhone 6s models, very few tech enthusiasts got their hands on Apple’s fourth iteration of the iPad mini. Let’s take a quick look at the iPad mini 4 review round-up.

The new iPad mini looks just like its predecessor, except it is now slightly thinner, taller and lighter. So, that you know, you will have to buy a new case as you cannot use the previous ones.

In fact, Apple has introduced a new Smart Cover. There a few things that have been given a miss such as hardware mute/orientation lock switch, which are replaced with software buttons in Control Center, writes Arstechnica‘s Andrew Cunningham.

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iPad mini 4 review round-up: Great display, but a tad too expensive considering the minimal improvements – Tech2.