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iPad Mini release date in October

by Julia
July 4, 2012 at 1:35 pm

Rumors about the iPad Mini have circulated lately.

Recently, MyDrivers claimed that the device will feature Retina Display and that it will be launched in October. Bloomberg reported about a possible October launch and now the Wall Street Journal reiterates the rumor.

The publication said that Apple’s tablet will enter into production at the company’s partners starting with September, and it is expected to be available in stores the next month.

Also, the Wall Street Journal claimed that the screen will measure less than 8 inches.

Bloomberg said that the future Apple tablet will have a diagonal screen between 7 and 8 inches, but that it will only have a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels.

If rumors are true or not, we will see in the fall, but it should be noted that the Wall Street Journal correctly announced in January the start of the production process of the iPad 3 which was announced and launched in March.

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