Wired article The new iPad Mini 2 has just been released and it’s an impressive piece of hardware.
It has a 1080p display, and has been updated to run iOS 9.2.
It comes with 64GB of storage, and comes with a 4,000mAh battery.
The iPad Mini is a great buy for anyone who is still waiting for a better iPad mini, but you may have to fork over a bit more for it.
You’ll pay around $499 for a 32GB model, which will cost you about $100 more than the iPad Mini 1.
It’s worth noting that Apple has added a new $200 discount for people who purchase it with an iPhone 6 or later, as well as a new price for those who purchase the iPad mini with an iPad mini 4.
Apple also dropped the price on its iPad Mini 4 for $200, but it will cost about $80 more than its current price of $599.
For more information on the iPad minis, check out this helpful article.
You may also want to check out our review of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6s Plus.
If you don’t have an iPhone, you’ll want to pick up an iPhone 7.
The new iPhone comes with 8GB of memory, but Apple has dropped the memory capacity from 64GB to just 16GB.
Apple is charging $200 more for the iPhone 7 Plus, and $300 more for those that upgrade from the iPhone 5S.
The iPhone 7 will come with 8G LTE, 4G LTE and 3G (which includes 3G data) for $349.
Apple isn’t saying how much the iPhone 8 will cost, but we expect it to be in the $400-500 range.
It should also come with the Apple Pencil, which can be used to create art and design apps for iOS.
Apple hasn’t released pricing on the iPhone X yet, but some people are saying that it should start at $1,000.