Apple is known for its extravagant products, launch events and pricing policies, but the iPad Mini may herald a new era for those who long for an Apple device, but simply can’t part with an arm and a leg to buy one.
It’s thought that Apple’s idea behind the iPad nano is to tackle the budget end of the market, where the Amazon Kindle Fire is currently king, and a Digitimes source predicts it could land with a very reasonable sub £200 ($249-$299) price tag.
Could the iPad Mini be a super cheap tablet contender? It can according to one source, who claims it will land with a price tag between $200 and $250 (around £150) – we certainly hope this turns out to be true!
Those famous “various analysts” and “industry sources” have spoken out again, confirming that the iPad Mini should arrive on the market for $249-$299 (around £159-£190).
On 9 July, we covered a report from Japanese blog Macotakara which said that the iPad Mini price would be in the region of $250-$350 (around £160-£230).
Stay tune with us for more Update about iPad mini in future.