iPad Air vs. Retina iPad Mini: Which tablet is right for you?
iPad Air vs. Retina iPad Mini
Apple’s newest iPad, the iPad Air, is finally here — it’s available online and in stores in 42 countries and territories starting today. But before you rush out and order one, remember: this isn’t the only iPad. In late November, the second updated Apple tablet of 2013, the iPad Mini with Retina Display, will be released.
So, which iPad should you get?
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Let’s assume you’re already reading this article because you want to buy a new iPad versus another tablet. Does the decision become this: iPad Air or Retina Mini? Based on what we’ve seen so far, the decision’s never been harder to make. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
First off: don’t get the iPad 2
I can make this real easy for you: don’t get the iPad 2. It’s $399 for 16GB of storage. It first came out in March 2011. And, you can buy a far faster, Retina-enabled new iPad Mini for the same price. Last year’s iPad Mini, now at $299, is a more attractive proposition; it also has newer cameras. Keep in mind, though, that the extra $100 should buy you the much better performance to go with that improved screen.