Most of you who have had the opportunity to use the iPad Mini will squarely agree that the only good thing about the device is its great looks. Of course some may say something favorable about the screen and the features, but the point is, there isn’t anything new and innovative. The one point on which no one will however have a different opinion is the fact that it is not priced the right way. Simply put, there is nothing that can justify it.
In many years, engineers at Apple have had their challenge, for the first time, and that cannot be denied. They have made the job of others involved much easier, especially for those who had to work on the mini’s software. The engineers kept themselves to staying within the realm of conformists by accepting a lower resolution for the screen. Everyone at Apple had to agree with the designers that to come out with something workable in a product so thin and light needs some kind of compromise on it. However, the team’s effort in making the iPad mini give a better reading experience has paid off well at the end.
Another point that the detractors of the mini have to say is the trendier specifications that are found in the competing Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire 7HD and how much they are proving to be better in most fronts.
One of the other issues is about the price. Most say that the price tag on it is simply unjustified and it is too much with nothing to boast on special features. However, those who are already locked into using the earlier generation of iPad and aspiring for an upgraded device, the iPad Mini is a perfect fit, and the only reason they may go for it is, they are used to using it and nothing more. There is however nothing that is so inviting to users who may want to migrate towards the mini.
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