The iPad Mini’s price will start at £270 when it becomes available for pre-order on 26 October. That’s how much a 16GB Wi-Fi only model will set you back – and yes, it’s over £100 more expensive than the Google Nexus 7.
The 32GB and 64GB Wi-Fi only iPad Minis are priced at £350 and £430 respectively. Meanwhile, the iPad Mini with Wi-Fi + Cellular, which goes on sale in the US November 2nd (and will apparently be available very soon after here in the UK) is priced at £370, £450 and £530 for the 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions – exactly £100 more than their cellular-free counterparts.
What do you make of Apple’s iPad Mini pricing? Too expensive – or do you think the premium is worth it? Speak your brains in the comments box below.
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