I think he meant top notch as in a better quality displayA mini Pro would be awesome, it’s my preference, though at $599+ I can’t imagine there would be a whole lot of demand. But I’m sure Apple would use the design language of the 11.0/12.9” Pro models (9mm bezel all the way around) rather than have a notch. I think it’s a moot point though, since I don’t see Apple making a mini Pro.
False. Professional photographers use compact cameras, even iPhones, if that's the device that suits them at the time. The term "pro" is a farce - a marketing term.A "professional" would not spend a tonne of money on a device the size of the iPad Mini because it's not going to be as usable as an 11"+ device
Yeah you’re right, I mis-read it!I think he meant top notch as in a better quality display
It won’t have FaceID, the 9.7” (or 10.2”) won’t either.An iPad Mini would be an instant buy for me if it had decent specs (inc. face ID) and priced appropriately. If it's just a processor bump after four years with no other innovation, then it's clear that Apple are continuing their current strategy of making obscene unit margins to compensate for a slowing rate of growth in order to maintain their share price.
That’s how we are supposed to do it in America too. It turns out that a lot of people don’t know their own language very well.That's how every English speaker in the world who isn't from America would do it, in a title.
Capitalise every word except for prepositions.
I highly doubt Apple will debut two new differently sized iPads at only $30 difference. The regular sized iPad would canabilize the heck out of the mini.I'm going to guess the iPad gets an A11 and stays the same price at $329, and the mini doesn't get a significant case improvement (just an A10) but drops to $299.
In my case (and tens of thousands of other pilots), the mini is the only size that fits on a yoke so the larger sized iPads are of zero interest to me.I highly doubt Apple will debut two new differently sized iPads at only $30 difference. The regular sized iPad would canabilize the heck out of the mini.
I believe the new iPad mini will take the place of regular iPad’s price point at $329 and that the iPad will be bumped up to $399-$499 with more iPhone X/iPad Pro features.
Yup. You said "The regular sized iPad would canabilize the heck out of the mini.".Oh....ok. Did you mean to reply to my post?
Like the 9.7” (which rumor has it will become 10.2”), I think there’s plenty of internal space in the mini for a headphone jack.The only thing that would give me pause from getting a mini 5 on day one would be eliminating the 3.5mm analog audio output. Then I would have to look at blowout deals on a mini 4.
Oh ok....you're probably right about that. I agree with you that there's a definitive market for the iPad mini, particularly in business and commercial. I was referring to the average consumer deciding between the two, which might seem confusing. However, that's probably where I was looking at wrong (consumer vs commercial). The iPad mini 4 has been selling for $399 for years and I feel like its very similar to the new Mac mini which is very flexible Mac and excels in utility. It's price also gets awfully close to an entry level iMac.Yup. You said "The regular sized iPad would canabilize the heck out of the mini.".
I think they are different markets and lots of people interested in a mini are not interested in the larger model and the opposite is true as well.
You missed the point, luckylyu I do not need some internet rando money I was pointing out (and not anything personal to you) that I find silly people buying stuff even after admitting they do not need it.My discretionary spending is just that. I see something I like enough to buy, I buy it. If I don't like it enough to buy it, I don't. Giving money to some internet rando does nothing for me so at least one of those birds is gonna live.