Just after Apple’s official announcement of the highly-anticipated iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, as expected, the news finally floating from Cupertino about the price drop.
Officially, starting with the iPad Air 2 price at $499 and the iPad mini 3 priced at $399, respectively. The original iPad Air and iPad mini gets almost $100 lesser price tag, cut from the original, starting at $299 and $399.
The iPad mini 1 now carries a price tag of just $249 for the base model. Compared to the newly launched tablets from Apple – the iPad Air and iPad mini 2 can be found in a league of their own in the tablet market, and now, with the iOS 8.1 stated to roll out this coming Monday , October 20th. Apple might be gearing up tablets giveaway in a new lease of well-deserved life.
Grab an Apple tablet this holiday season without breaking your pocket or credit cards in the banks, then it’s safe to say that the iPad Air and iPad mini 2/ 1 are the saltes which you should turn to. Or, go with the iPad Air 2 “world’s thinnest tablet”, powered by an A8X 64-bit SoC and Touch ID fingerprint sensor on-board. iPad mini 3 also gets the Touch ID, but non other than that.
Here’s the new pricing structure – along with the storage capacity and options – for the iPad Air, iPad mini 1 and iPad mini 2, follows:
iPad Air – Wi-Fi – 16GB: $399
iPad Air – Wi-Fi – 32GB: $449
iPad Air – Wi-Fi + Cellular – 16GB: $529
iPad Air – Wi-Fi + Cellular – 32GB: $579
iPad mini 2 – Wi-Fi – 16GB: $299
iPad mini 2 – Wi-Fi – 32GB: $349
iPad mini 2 – Wi-Fi + Cellular – 16GB: $429
iPad mini 2 – Wi-Fi + Cellular – 32GB: $479
iPad mini 1 – Wi-Fi – 16GB: $249
iPad mini 1 – Wi-Fi + Cellular – 16GB: $379
This proves that Apple’s year-old tablet still has a lot of life left in it, and is ready for one more. Are you going for the older iPads? Or, are you planning to upgrade to the latest and greatest tablets announced today?
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