Apple removes the last non-Retina iOS device from its website

The original iPad mini has been removed from Apple's website.

Published Fri, Jun 19 2015 10:33 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:06 PM CST

Apple is pushing towards the future by removing its last non-Retina iOS device, the iPad mini, from its website. The iPad mini has a now, low-res 1024x768 display, but doesn't compete against the Full HD and beyond displays we're used to these days.

Apple removes the last non-Retina iOS device from its website |

The company is pushing the iPad mini 2 and 3 online, and with a $100 price difference between these two slates, it's no wonder Apple would remove the original iPad mini from its website. An Apple spokesperson talked with Engadget, where they said: "The non-retina iPad mini model is no longer available. Now all models of iPad mini and iPad Air have 64-bit Apple-designed CPUs and high-resolution Retina displays".


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