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 and 4th-gen iPad: side-by-side

    Here is a side-by-side comparison of the two latest iPad offerings. You can clearly see how mini the iPad mini is, but unfortunately, it's not mini enough to carry around in a pocket.

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

  • iPad mini and 4th-gen iPad: stacked comparison

    Here, you can see just how down-sized the iPad mini is from its beefier counterpart. With usage between each model, it's quite clear that the 4th-gen iPad makes more sense to purchase, both in its capabilities and price range. With it, you get FAR more power, a MUCH more beautiful display, and the guarantee of the latest apps working without any special considerations.

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

  • 4th-gen and 3rd-gen iPad comparison

    Literally, the only external difference between the latest iPad revision and the 3rd-gen is the plug. For clarity, the top iPad is the latest, 4th-gen version.

    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