With the slogan “We’re got a little more to show you” read between the lines, Apple has already confirmed the iPad Mini and there is really no doubt that we are on. 9to5Mac citing an unnamed sources in the cost of the Apple iPad mini tablet which is expected early next week. According to site, the price of the device will start at $329, so most affordable option fit between the recent 32 GB fifth generation iPod touch which is $299 and the iPad 2 16GB (Wi-Fi only ) priced $399.
“Apple’s entry price for its upcoming smaller iPad is between the base model of the new, fifth-generation iPod touch ($299) and the currently shipping WiFi-only 16GB iPad 2 ($399). According to our sources, the base model of the smaller iPad will likely be priced at a minimum of $329 in the United States.
Two higher capacities of the smaller iPad will be available in the WiFi-only configuration. These will likely be priced at $100 premiums over each other at a minimum of $429 and $529.
Apple’s smaller iPad will also come in a version that connects to cellular networks. Like the third-generation iPad, these models will come at a $130 premium over their corresponding storage capacity in the WiFi-only line. This comes out to likely minimum price points of $459, $559, and $659 for the WiFi + Cellular line.”
As published on the table cover the whole range of iPad mini with a storage capacity of 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB configurations, Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + LTE. Step increase in the price between the s, middle, and top models – $ 100. Surcharge for a built-in high-speed wireless network is $130 to the cost of each tablet. Total price for the iPad mini supports only Wi-Fi will range from $329 to $529, and the model with 3G/4G can be purchased at prices ranging from $459 to $659.
iPad mini sales are expected for November 2. Thus, to take ownership of the compact version of the popular device, it will be later than a week after its official announcement, which is likely to take place on October 23. Earlier it was reported that Apple expects strong demand for its new product, as did an order for 10 million mini-tablets.