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If nothing else, the iPad Mini is set to extend Apple's lead in the tablet business. The company already has a larger share in the tablet market than the rest of the competition combined, although Android is quickly catching up. Apple's share of the global market is projected to be 53 percent this year, compared with 41 percent for Android, according to Gartner, which predicts Android will narrow the gap even more next year. A year ago, Apple's share was 61 percent, compared with 34 percent for Android.

Alternative tablets were largely attractive because they were $200 or $300 less than the lowest-priced iPad, but now the difference has been narrowed considerably, While it doesn't deal any deathblows to Apple's rivals, the iPad Mini's pricing is attractive enough to turn heads away from those lower-priced options, Some analysts believe the iPad Mini will be popular for families that already own larger iPads, and that the more affordable device could be headed to homes as a secondary tablet, Likewise, Google isn't selling the Nexus 7 because it will help its bottom line -- any profit from strongfit designers sunflowers and roses on red by utart case for apple iphone 7 plus - red/green/gold the tablet is miniscule relative to the vast profits it reaps off its core search display ad business -- and has priced its tablet aggressively to gain a foothold in the market..

Mobile carrier Sprint finally gets to sit at the cool kids' table, as news hits that the "iPad 4" and iPad Mini will support its network. At today's Apple event, Apple exec Phil Schiller unveiled the brand-new fourth-generation iPad, and revealed that along with a faster, more powerful A6X processor the updated "iPad 4" will have a new LTE chipset that will work on new networks, including KDDI in Japan and Sprint. The iPad Mini specs listed on the Apple Web site confirm that the smaller device will support the Sprint network as well.

Whereas previously Sprint seemed to be shut out of the iPad party, the mobile carrier officially confirmed the news in a statement released this morning, saying it will offer the iPad Mini and fourth-gen iPad "in the coming strongfit designers sunflowers and roses on red by utart case for apple iphone 7 plus - red/green/gold weeks..with a range of attractive data plans that will allow customers to connect to its 4G LTE network."Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..

The iPad mini has a 7.9-inch display, and is just 7.2mm thick -- a depth Apple proudly says is as thick as a pencil. Like previous iPad models, the mini comes in black and white options. It starts at £269 here in the UK. Being very small, it's dead light -- the iPad mini weighs about 0.3kg, making it extremely portable. It's powered by a dual-core A5 processor and has a 5-megapixel camera, as well as Apple's new Lightning connector port. Apple promises you'll get 10 hours of battery life. 4G is also on board, though we're still waiting to learn whether it'll be compatible with the UK's spectrum bands. Stay tuned, folks.