Apple iPad Mini (Wi-Fi, 64GB) – Space Gray Review

The iPad Mini Space Gray is the fifth generation of the iPad series of tablets. Most people would be asking why get an iPad and don’t just use an iPhone in today’s age. The main reason for the iPad Mini in this review is to target the specific audience because people won’t want it for no reason at all or for the fact that I’ve mentioned earlier.

A target reason being it is slight having a dark back, hence the name Mini Space Gray. It is easier to type with if you are a work person because of the volume to surface area ratio. Focusing on work relations with the iPad Mini, its decency in size comes with a notebook application that has an old generation apple pencil support which saves you money from purchasing a new one. This feature makes it a content creating tablet and not just for consumption which is conducive for use.

The iPad Mini Space Gray has a two and fifty four hundredths centimetre Retina show with genuine tone. Three GB RAM, 64 Gigabyte storage A12 Bionic chip with 64 bit architecture, Neural Engine, Embedded M12 co-processor that is very convenient to people who into gaming, super speed. Seven megapixel Face Time high definition front camera with a high dynamic range. Eight Megapixels camera with high dynamic range high definition video also supports Up to 10 hours of browsing the web on Wireless network. If you are into listening to music and watching videos on YouTube…you’ll get a probable life span ranging from 8 to 9 hours using cell phone data network.

Colors are much vibrant due to support for a wide color gamut, which is new in the iPad Mini-series. It’s quite nitpicking here. This is a well-developed screen and iPad Mini owners will be more than pleased to satisfaction. It comes with an added support for True Tone display, which changes the color tone of the screen depending on the environment to make it easier on the eyes. It’s a nice addition that helps the screen look a little more natural in various lighting condition and help in the reduction of contracting digital eye strain.

The mini iPad, like other ones also uses a cable to charge and transfer files from your Mac, not USB Type “C” like the new iPad Pro models either and it does not have a Face ID security system. For unlocking and payments the Mini comes with a Touch ID which is quite a good decision-making mechanism driving the iPad Mini solely to someone who wants it.

Apple iPad Mini’s lack of smart keyboard support less of a factor than initially imagined. A bit portable if you ask anyone fit-able to deep trouser pockets and not unless the manufacturing company comes up with a folding tablet, options remain for the iPad Mini in terms of portability if your preference of judgment is based on it being the most important factor.

Not much can be said this gadget if portability is not at the top of the list, however to decide between the 2.54 centimetre iPad and the iPad Air 3. No iPad can match this particular when bench marking is considered, though pricey. In that manner, the deciding factor should vary between performances versus price.

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