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October 15, 2012

Apple’s iPad Mini Price Leaked

It has recently been rumored that Apple will be unveiling the iPad Mini on the 23rd of this month. In line with this speculations, Mobilegeeks.de released a snapshot of rumored tablet’s pricing scheme a week ahead of the alleged launch.

According to the leaked image, the upcoming tablet is said to be available in white and black, and comes in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB variant. And much like its bigger counterpart, consumers will be given an option to get the iPad Mini with 3G connectivity or the WiFi only version.

The pricing for the iPad Mini starts at €249.00 for the 8GB WiFi only version and goes up to €649.00 for the 64GB 3G + WiFi model. Even at its cheapest, it’s still more expensive compared to the 16GB variant of the Nexus 7.

This is not surprising since Apple has been known for their overpriced gizmos. If this pricing is to be believed, will you still go with the iPad Mini or would you rather wait for the revamped version of the Nexus 7?

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25 Responses to “Apple’s iPad Mini Price Leaked”

  1. Monchee Yuson
    Twitter: monchee
    says:

    When will the revamped version of the Nexus 7 be out? What’s new in it? Will it have a cellular option?

  2. primon says:

    more expensive doesn’t necessarily it means it is better

  3. Chris says:

    Hello sir,

    I think you mean (euro) € 249.00 for the 8GB WiFi only model not (pounds) £ 249.00. This price leak is from mediamarkt germany, which has the euro currency.

  4. tarush says:

    What’s the use use of the cheaper Nexus if for a few dollars more, you will have a bigger screen, best set of tablet apps and a more responsive tablet…

  5. Miss Call says:

    “It’s meaningless unless your table includes sandpaper,” Jobs said, “so that the user can sand down their fingers to around one quarter of their present size.” He said 7-inch screens were actually 45 per cent the size of an iPad, which wasn’t sufficient.

    “Apple has done extensive user testing and we really understand this stuff,” he added. “There are clear limits on how close you can place things on a touchscreen, which is why we think 10 inches is the minimum screen size to create great tablet apps.

    • Justin says:

      Exactly! Apple is now eating their own words!

    • Miss Call says:

      No, they are just spreading FUD to sell their products and influence the consumers not to buy the competition. It has happened several times already (not in the market for ebooks, no videos for iPod Touch because it is all about the music, etc). Then they proceed and make competing devices and those devices are automatically the most amazing and magical things.

  6. beck says:

    ipad mini + JB > nexus 7 + flashed

    *grabs popcorn*

  7. Heisenberg says:

    I’ll buy that mini. Because I have more money than common sense.

  8. nameless says:

    This means, cheaper androids to come! Yeah! I’m still not buying this iPad mini yet. No standard micro USB and extended memory is a no-no.

  9. Edan
    Twitter: isoepsamano
    says:

    I will still wait for the revamped Nexus 7

  10. Dina says:

    Hmmmm. This is a close call. The final price will do it for me. If it’s somewhat cheaper than the Nexus tab (like maybe 15-18k), I’d totally buy it (and I’m planning to and waiting till the 23rd). On the other hand, if it’s priced around 18k to 20k, it’s a no-go for me. I’d buy a Nexus na lang, di ko na kayang mainggit ng ganito sa mga may touch screen na gadgets, lol

  11. Dina says:

    *correction: I meant a bit more expensive than the Nexus tab

  12. Richard says:

    Too expensive, 8gb wifi apple against the revamped nexus 7 32gb with rumored $250 price tag, saan ka pa :)

  13. Jeremy says:

    E ang mahal din ng Nexus 7 pagdating dito sa Pinas e.. Sa US $199 ang 8G, dito pag convert mo $300 = php13k. Edi mag ipad mini nlng ako. Mas matagal bumaba price ng Apple products pwede ko pa mabenta in the future. Mas maganda apps ng Apple, not only tab apps, pati mobile apps pa nga. Lahat naman yan free pagjailbreak. Yung Nex7 kasi, jellybean na, quadcore pa, pero naglalag pa rin! Kairita mag zoom in/out ng webpages at PDFs. Pinamigay ko sa bata kong kapatid. Maayos pa new ipad. Walang kalaglag ganda pa ng screen. Mejo bulok pa rin Android. Sana gumawa na ng sariling hardware ang Google through Motorola. Talo pa ng single core na ipad1 ang mga quadcore tabs gaya ng nex7, infinity, transpad300. Naglalag pa rin 4 na nga ang cores walangya! OS optimization tlaga need ng android.

    • jay says:

      i’ve tried the new ipad, hindi totoong smooth. May delay ang page turns kapag nagbabasa ka ng ebooks. Walang delay ang nexus7 when reading ebooks kahit pa naka-on ang page animation. This is while using the mantano reader app or the Google book reader. I think yung ibang app hindi maganda, kaya may delay. Same with the browser, there are other more optimized apps in the play store. I don’t really get the premium placed on the resale value. i don’t buy an item thinking that i will just sell it. I buy it because i like it.

  14. martin says:

    ayan dn pansin ko sa mga tablet na android super lag. one time i went to samsung mobile store and i i tried the galaxy tab 2. and nakakadiri ung pagkalag nya. swipe pa lang sa homescreen mawawalan kna ng gana sa lag.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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