Apple has announced the 7.9-inch iPad mini, bringing to an end, the rumors which have been around for ages. Apps designed to work on the original iPad work out of the box on the new iPad mini as it retains much of the charm of its larger sibling but feels almost weightless when compared to its predecessors according to an hands-on review at Techcrunch.
The Apple iPad mini with a resolution of 1024x768 pixels, features a 5MP (iSight) rear camera capable of 1080p video recording, a 720p front-facing FaceTime camera and the new lightning port according to a post at GSMArena. It is powered by the older generation Apple A5 chipset and boasts of up to 10 hours of battery life.
Below is the Apple iPad mini official promo video. The video tells more about the cool bits of the new compact tablet.
So, What is The Price of iPad Mini in Nigeria?
In the US, prices for the Wi-Fi iPad Mini start at $329, and continue through $429 to $529 for the 32GB and 64 GB versions, respectively. If we are to convert this to Nigerian currency, it means the Wi-Fi iPad mini will cost around N55, 000, N70, 000, N85,000 for the 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions respectively.
The Wi-Fi+3G iPad Mini on the other hand, will cost $459, $559, $669 for the 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions respectively which means you might get the 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions of the Wi-Fi+3G iPad mini for N75, 000, N90, 000, and N110,000 respectively.
Where To Buy iPad Mini in Nigeria
Check Jumia Nigeria and Konga store.
NOTE: The iPad Mini is not yet available as at the time of publishing this post and the prices above are just estimates. I will keep you updated with where you can buy iPad Mini in Nigeria once it's available in Nigeria.
Will you prefer this iPad mini to the new iPad (iPad 3) ?
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