iPad Mini With Retina Display Release Not Until Early 2014 Due to Supply Shortages



iPad mini with Retina display will not work in 2013, stated Economic Daily News, citing its own sources. The next-generation tablet is likely to be equipped with a conventional screen with a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels.

The Internet has often appeared the image components of the second-generation iPad mini or even his body. The device is rumored to be for display with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. However, sources in Asia have the information that this tablet can see the light only at the beginning of 2014. The postponement is said to lack a major component – LCD panels.

According to the Economic Daily News, Apple is planning to release an updated version of the iPad mini with no super fine screen. If we recall that earlier rumors attributed the company’s intention to present a model with Retina this year and early next propose another modification, this time with more productive microprocessor, it can be assumed that the Cupertino simply “Change” new things in places, releasing in autumn iPad mini with no screen Retina, but with a more powerful “stuffing”, and in early 2014, presenting a version with high-resolution display.

Both models of the new iPad mini, likely to get performance processors and improved camera. Flash memory available to users is 16, 32, 64 or 128 gigabytes [VIA MACRUMORS]

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