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 WiFi comparison

    Some Apple devices have a history of bad WiFi connectivity, but here, it appears as though the WiFi cards are different in each new iPad. The menu on the left is on the 4th-gen iPad, which picks up more wireless networks than the iPad mini does, as seen on the right.

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

  • iPad mini and Kindle Fire: side-by-side

    With the iPad mini making its debut into a similar form factor as devices like the Kindle Fire, I thought it would be apropos to compare them. Side-by-side, they don't look too far off from one another, which is demonstrated even better in the next image.

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

  • iPad mini and Kindle Fire: stacked comparison

    The angle of the photo makes it look as though the Kindle Fire isn't flush with the bottom or side of the iPad mini, but I assure you it is. My goal here was to capture exactly how far off these two devices are from one another size-wise. Interestingly, the iPad mini's width is just enough to make it not fit into pockets where the Kindle Fire will.

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

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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