iPad mini and 4th-generation iPad gallery

iPad mini and 4th-generation iPad gallery

Summary: Here's a quick look at the differences between the iPad mini and the 4th-generation iPad.

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  • iPad mini: Front

    This is the front of the iPad mini. As you will see in other pictures here, the black edges are much thinner than the iPad's. At first glance, the iPad mini appears to be all about the screen; however, it's unfortunate that Apple opted for a non-Retina display.

    See also: iPad mini and 4th-generation iPad: first-impression review

  • iPad mini: Back

    This is the back of the iPad mini. Nothing crazy, and the camera is positioned in essentially the same location as the 4th-generation iPad's.

    See also: iPad mini and 4th-generation iPad: first-impression review

  • iPad mini: Bottom

    This is the bottom of the iPad mini, where the only notable difference is seen. A new plug is present, as well as the appearance of stereo speakers in place of the corner-only speaker found on 4th-gen and prior iPads.

    See also: iPad mini and 4th-generation iPad: first-impression review

Topics: Apple, iOS, iPad

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  • Not different

    There are no major "differences between the iPad mini and the 4th-generation iPad"

    Which leaves this article looking like an Apple-sponsored advertorial or at best an excuse to show as many pictures of Apple products as possible. :)
    Tim Acheson