Finally, Apple have added a Retina display to the iPad Mini, with the same pixel resolution as the normal iPad (2-48 x 1536), the screen is still 7.9 inches, but now the iPad Mini also includes the new 64-bit A7 processor, with a 10-hour battery life.

There’s also MIMO support, Expanded LTE support, a FaceTime HD and a 5 megapixel iSight camera on the back.

The iPad Mini will be available from $399 for the 16GB  or $529 for the LTE version from November. In the UK the 16GB Wi-Fi only model will be priced at £319 and the 128GB 4G version will be £659.

Due to the new release, Apple have also dropped the price of the original iPad Mini, down to $299 in the US and £249 in the UK.

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