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iPad Mini may come to market this month

(People's Daily Online)

16:20, October 16, 2012

The iPad Mini has been recently put on production lines, and will meet "Apple fans" in the middle of this month, according to insiders from the Wall Street Journal. Reportedly, the iPad Mini is fitted with a 7.85-inch touch screen and priced between 249 U.S. dollars and 349 U.S. dollars.

Its launch may pose a threat to the small panel computer market preoccupied by Google and the Amazon Kindle.

Apple confirmed the speculation of outsiders on the existence of iPad Mini when it released iPhone 5. Insiders said Apple will hold the news conference for new generation iPad next week.

Read the Chinese version:iPad Mini或于本月上市
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