Apple’s new iPad Mini 2 is expected to go on sale this Friday.
This is the second major update for the Mini since its release a year ago, and it’s the first with a larger display and faster processor.
In addition, the device comes with an 8.9-inch OLED display, a larger battery, and more RAM than the Mini 1S, the company said.
While the Mini 2’s battery will be a lot bigger than the 1S’s, the processor is also a lot faster, which makes it the most powerful device in Apple’s lineup.
This means you can have more screen space and more CPU power than ever before.
There’s a new camera and a fingerprint sensor that can unlock the screen and unlock the device.
If you want more, you can also get the 8-megapixel rear camera, a 16-megabit Wi-Fi, and a 4K video camera.
The new iPad mini 2 will cost $599, but it’ll be available to preorder at the end of the month.
We’ll update this article when the next major Apple update hits.
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