EXACTLY (Plus I feel less guilty having bought yet another expensive case for my current rMini)Not too bothered, simply means keeping my iPad mini another year is now painless. I think it would be crazy to upgrade simply for Touch ID.
They have made the decision easy
I hope not.The Mini size is close to the iPhone 6 Plus.. therefore I see a phasing out of the Mini eventually.. this is the start!
Of course, since it's still using A7 chip.i bet the new ipad mini 3 also has just 1gb of ram
Yep I feel this way too, looks like I'll be using my iPad Mini 2 for another year and see what next year brings.I think most iPad mini 2 owners are going to feel the same way as you do.
Like others are saying now, maybe to make the larger iPad the power user's choice and the Mini more casual then?I hope not.
If this is so, why did they play up the fact that the Mini has the 100 percent approval rating?
I can't imagine they'd try to kill of a product that gets so high acclaim. I'm assuming they're just going to lag it behind the flagship every year.