Retina iPad Mini Could be seen in 2013

| March 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

There are rumors and speculations already started for Retina iPad Mini. Tech-experts and analysts have started talking about iPad’s 6th edition after successful products like iPad 1st generation, iPad 2, iPad 3rd generation, ipad  4th generation and iPad Mini.


According to DisplaySearch analyst Paul Semenza who told to in an interview to CNET, it might be available in the last quarter of the year 2013. There are news in tech-media that data points to a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels for the Retina display iPad mini as it meets the size of full-size iPad.

It does not seem easy to bring such specifications for Retina iPad Mini. It won’t be less than a challenge because it might require to increase the thickness of the Retina iPad Mini. Potential companies which the screen and display manufacturing experience can be the partners in the development of display layers.  LG Display is the strongest candidate to make the display, but that AU Optronics, Sharp, and Japan Display are other possibilities.


Japan Display which has been pretty successful venture today, making iPhone 5 display. Ming-Chi Kuo predictions have been considered very much respectable regarding technology giants like Apple, Samsung and other brands. Ming-Chi Kuo has been consistent in the past with his Apple product predictions which proved to be right.

ipad_mini-2Also See: Apple Proclaims iPad Retina Review Officially

Retina iPad Mini might be seen in the market at the end of 2013.

After iPad mini which has been slightly small in size, now tablet and Apple fans might be expecting something a real tablet size product to get another expreience more efficiently with the next edition of iPad. iPad mini’s sleek and stylish appearance attracted the customers worldwide but it has been seen making speculations in customer decisions because some people could not judge about iPad Mini that either is an iPad or a smart phone as it was like a big smart phone as far as size is compared.

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