Apple iPad Air vs. iPad Mini 2 vs. iPad Mini

Apple iPad Air vs. iPad Mini 2 vs. iPad Mini
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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has announced the all-new, thinner and lighter iPad Air, and along with it, a new iPad Mini with Retina display. Both the newly announced devices are powered by Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s A7 chip with 64-bit architecture and M7 motion coprocessor, but apart from that, they both share the same screen resolution, which is 2048 x 1536. While they both do share some features, they’re intended for different audiences.

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The iPad mini with Retina display is suited for those who want something smaller, lighter, but a powerful tablet that they can always carry around. The iPad Air on the other hand is a full-sized tablet, with the same processor as the iPad mini Retina display model (also known as the iPad mini 2). The WiFi+Cellular model of the iPad Air adds numerous LTE connections, which means compatibility all over the world.

Apple iPad Air vs. iPad Mini 2 vs. iPad Mini

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Currently, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) offers four different models of iPad: the iPad Air, iPad 2, iPad mini with Retina display and iPad mini. With all these models, it is easy to get confused, and hence a comparison between them will definitely help to clear out your doubts.

The below table better describes the difference between technical specs of the iPad Air, iPad mini 2 (second generation) and iPad mini (first generation).

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