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Apple has unveiled the long-awaited and much-rumored update to the iPad mini, adding a high-resolution retina display and a more powerful 64-bit processor.
It also gets a new name, the unimaginative "iPad mini with Retina display."
The cornerstone of the iPad mini revamp is a new Retina display. This 7.9-inch display features 2048 by 1536 of pixel real estate (higher than that of an HDTV) and packs a whopping 326 pixels per inch.
This makes it crisper and clearer than the screen on the previous-generation iPad mini, while at the same time maintaining backward-compatibility with existing apps.