The wait is nearly over for tablet fans keen to get their hands on the recently announced iPad Mini and iPad 4 as both models are now available for pre-order in the UK.
However, not all versions of the iPad Mini are expected to start deliveries on 2 November delivery date. Here’s a breakdown of what’s available when.
iPad Mini and iPad 4 deliveries: The latest
According to reports, delivery on white and silver versions of the iPad Mini are subject to delays, as are Wi-Fi only versions of the model. These are expected to ship in two weeks from now, as opposed to 2 November.
However, black and slate models in both 32GB (£349) and 64GB (£429) sizes are said to be on track for 2 November.
Those users who are looking for iPad Mini or iPad 4 with cellular data, i.e. with 4G, will have to wait until ‘late November’. iPad 4, or iPad with Retina display, models are unaffected so far.
iPad Mini and iPad 4: What’s the verdict?
Reviews of the iPad Mini have said that its A5 processor-powered apps, games and websites run along ‘very smoothly’, while also praising features such as the iPad Mini LED-backlit screen, which help to ensure that “colours are vivid, text is pin sharp,[and] web pages render quickly”.
In a recent statement EE, which is set to roll out 4G in the UK next week, gave the fourth-generation iPad the thumbs up.
It said that the Apple-designed A6X chip offers “blazing fast performance” while its Retina display was “gorgeous”.
The fact that EE is set to offer a “range of attractive data plans” for the iPad Mini and iPad 4, could help sales of the iPad Mini could reach between 4 and 6 million by the end of the year – as some analysts have predicted.
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