What you need to know about the Apple iPad Mini 2 review
Apple’s new iPad Mini, a 2-in-1 tablet that runs iOS 8.1, has gone on sale in Australia, but it’s still unclear when exactly the tablet will be available in the country.
In Australia, the iPad Mini has gone for AU$1,299 (about £959) on Amazon, and has now been snapped up for AU£1,449 on eBay.
The iPad Mini was launched in Australia in July, and will be released in October.
Apple announced the iPad mini back in August as the successor to the iPad Air and the iPad Pro, which have been popular with Mac users since Apple introduced them back in 2014.
The tablet is the latest in a series of new iPad models that have been launched over the past year.
It features a 5.5-inch 1080p display with a resolution of 2048×1536, which Apple says is up from the 1920×1080 resolution of the iPad and the 10.5″ iPad Pro.
The Mini also has a new hinge design, which allows for a thinner, more comfortable design, with the back of the tablet resting against a curved screen.
The mini also features an SD card slot, USB-C port, two gigabytes of RAM and up to four hours of battery life.
The screen has been upgraded to a 2048×1440 resolution and features a high-resolution Super AMOLED display, which gives the tablet a crisp, bright look.
It also has an Apple Pencil stylus, which can be used for text input, or a pen for drawing on the screen.
The stylus also has two levels of pressure sensitivity, which are designed to give the stylus a precise, precise feel.
The iPhone XS Max, which was released earlier this year, also comes with the new iPad mini, which is a slightly larger version of the iPhone X.
It comes in both a 5-inch and 7-inch form factor, with a 2,560×1,440 resolution screen.
Apple has also released a version of iOS 8 for iPad mini.