Apple unveiled its new iPad mini 3 earlier today, but one of the things missed that most don't seem to be reporting on, is that it doesn't have much in the way of changes from its predecessor, the iPad mini 2.
Sure, it has Touch ID, but other than that, the only other difference is a $100 increase in price. It has the same A7 and M7 chips inside of it, just like the iPad mini 2, the same display size and resolution, the same camera, and is even the same weight and dimensions as last year's model. This means that Apple didn't touch anything on the inside, or outside of the new iPad mini 3, apart from providing fingerprint security - something it is charging $100 more for.
For a company that is always about thinner, lighter, better, this is a very odd step for them. Why even bother with the iPad mini 3? Why not wait until the resolution could've been increased, or slap in the A8 processor inside? What do you think about this? $100 more and Touch ID? Good enough? A misstep by Apple?
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