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Old Feb 27, 2013, 07:43 AM   #26
davistld01
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Having come to the brink of buying the Mini on several occasions now, I believe my greatest holdback...after already owning an iPad 4 & iPhone 5, is the very noticeable slowness of the Mini compared to those devices.

I love the size & weight advantage...but when they bump up the CPU I'll buy one, even if its not a retina display.
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Old Feb 27, 2013, 12:19 PM   #27
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Having come to the brink of buying the Mini on several occasions now, I believe my greatest holdback...after already owning an iPad 4 & iPhone 5, is the very noticeable slowness of the Mini compared to those devices.

I love the size & weight advantage...but when they bump up the CPU I'll buy one, even if its not a retina display.
I have a mini and iphone 5. Notice little to no difference in speed.
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Old Mar 10, 2013, 09:02 AM   #28
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I had the iPad mini for a week or so. The display on the mini didn't bother me at all but I couldn't get over how much slower it was to the iPad 4. At first it didn't bother me but as I tried to do AirPlay and different web pages, it felt like sometimes it was hanging. Did the typical restore-reinstall stuff and finally went to the Applestore to have them take a look at it. While there, I did side by side comparisons and WOW! There was no competition. The iPad 4 blew the mini away in page rendering, etc. I returned the iPad mini, and got the iPad 4. My eyes thanked me. My wrists are still missing the iPad mini and hoping we get back together. Lol
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Old Mar 10, 2013, 11:24 PM   #29
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Ok, loaded it up on both 2 and 3, after comparing them for a few minutes, I realized I had gotten then mixed up and had to look up the serial numbers to determine which was which.

So, sorry, I'm not seeing any difference in picture quality.
When I look at an iPad 2, I am immediately struck by the apparent pixelization compared to my iPad 4. I couldn't get them mixed up. So it depends on the person. I didn't even consider the mini since it doesn't have Retina.
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