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Apple new iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display
  • Apple has released its new iPad devices: the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina Display on October 22. Meanwhile, the first-generation iPad mini has received a price cut, which is expected to help the device to strengthen its presence in the market.

    Last update: Thursday 24 October 2013 [7 news items]

Taiwan market: iPad Air and new iPad mini expected to hit store shelves in late November

Oct 24, 11:16

Taiwan channel retailers expect Apple's iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display to be available in the local market as early as late November.

Apple iPad mini price cut to trigger pricing competition

Oct 23, 16:00

Apple's price cut for its first-generation iPad mini is expected to prompt its competitors to slash their tablet prices, according to sources from tablet vendors.

Apple announces iPad Air and Retina-featured iPad mini

Oct 23, 11:40

Apple has announced the iPad Air featuring a 9.7-inch Retina display. Weighed one pound, iPad Air is 20% thinner and 28% lighter than the fourth-generation iPad, and with a narrower...

Taiwan market: Gray market prices for iPad mini may drop after release of new model

Sep 23, 12:00

In the Taiwan market, gray market prices for iPad mini stand at NT$8,000-9,000 (US$267-300) currently, 14-24% lower than the official price of at least NT$10,500, and with the speculated...

Taiwan vendors concerned about the possibility of cheap iPad mini

Aug 26, 12:19

Apple reportedly will release its new smartphones and tablets in September; however, compared to these new products, Taiwan-based vendors are more concerned about whether Apple has...

iPad mini may not be released till 2014, sources claim

Jul 15, 15:39

Apple's next generation iPad mini may not go into mass production until the fourth quarter of 2013, which will likely bring about a 2014 release date for the device, according to...

Apple new iPad set for September; still adjusting new iPad mini

Jul 8, 15:06

Apple is expected to announce its fifth-generation 9.7-inch iPad in September as scheduled, while its next-generation iPad mini reportedly may receive further upgrades in specifications,...

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