Enjoy your iPad 4, iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 could be delayed

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The premature entry of iPad 4 and unprecedented announcement of iPad mini in the market seemed to tighten up the competition of Apple’s own product, considering that the iPad 3 have just been introduced few months earlier. These brought annoyed iPad users, especially those early adapters of iPad 3. Now if you’re waiting for iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 to come by so fast, you might need to wait longer for the official release dates as big retailers restocked current iPad models.


Speculations surfaces earlier, that retailers has dwindling stocks of iPads which led to Apple could release the new generation of iPads. However, this was quickly voided by the announcement of BestBuy and Macmall that the iPad mini and iPad 4 are back in full stock which could certainly points that these current models are still in production.

So right now, we’re left dreaming of what the new iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 could store for us just until the summer is over, so let’s see over the rumor-mill below.

The iPad 5 is expected to sports Retina Display, which will feature Sharp’s IGZO(indium gallium zinc oxide) screen technology making it ‘no bezel’ –for much thinner and sleeker design. Now can you imagine if it’ll have suited shell, like the iPad 4 cases?

iPad mini 2 on the other hand, is also expected to feature Retina Display, which will have a resolution of 2048×1536(current resolution of the iPad 4) making it significantly four times the resolution of the original iPad mini version. It could also utilize Sharp’s IGZO screen technology which will also make the device much thinner.

Other interesting specs details were rooted for iPad mini 2 which include a more powerful dual-core A7 processor, 7.9-inch screen, longer 10-hour battery life, a multimedia-loving FaceTime HD camera, and an iSight camera with 1080 pixels HD video recording.

Now if you’re too excited on these details, keep watching this space and we’ll update you with the latest updates surrounding the release of the next-gen iPads.

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