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iPad Mini with Retina Display Goes on Sale Today at Starting Price of $399

Apple'e new 7.9-inch iPad mini with Retina display tablet is now available for sale at starting price of $399. But every one who want to buy it, can not reportedly get it this holiday season due to supply shortage.

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iPad Mini with Retina Display Goes on Sale Today at Starting Price of $399

iPad Mini with Retina Display is Now Available at Starting Price of $399

Apple has opened up the sale of iPad mini with Retina display today. Apple announced the new 7.9-inch Retina iPad mini was announced 3 weeks before along with iPad Air. The next-gen iPad Air model was released for sale on November 1st. Today is the turn of iPad mini

The new iPad mini Retina display design is very thin and light. Its new 7.9-inch Retina display features over 3.1 million pixels. Retina display resolution is 2048 x 1536 pixels. This pixel amount is one million more than an HDTV. Other specs include powerful 64-bit A7 chip and M7 motion coprocessor and latest iOS 7 operating system.

This new Apple tablet has ultra fast wireless connection. Both WiFi and Cellular plus WiFi models are available in different storage capacities. This new tablet has 2x faster Wi-Fi performance based on 802.11n with MIMO.3. And the Wi-Fi + Cellular model supports more LTE bands for fast connections around the world. Many new powerful apps are included in Retina iPad mini. You can also download any of your choice from over 475,000 apps on the App Store.

Apple's new Retina iPad mini is now available in 2 different color choices of space gray and silver. Retina iPad mini 16GB and 32GB WiFi only models are now available on Apple Store for $399 and $499 that will ship in 1-3 business days. 64GB and 128GB variants will ship within 5 to 10 business days at price of $599 and $699. All 4 WiFi + Cellular models of 16GB, 32GB, 64Gb and 128Gb will be available to ship within 5-10 business days at price of $529, $629, $729 and $829 respectively.

Each pack of the tablet contains iPad mini with Retina display, a lightning to USB cable and 10W USB power adapter. Apple is also offering a one-year limited warranty and 90 days complimentary telephone technical support for this new tablet. But time will be the basic constraint to buy this new tablet. As lots of news already came about Retina iPad mini supply shortage for this holiday season. And Apple CEO Tim Cook also said earlier that every one might not get the new Retina iPad mini tablet in this holiday season. So, if you want to buy this new Apple tablet, do not waste time and purchase it now.

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