Reports coming in from the supply chain suggest that production bottlenecks have been eliminated and that Retina iPad mini production is now steadily climbing.
Amid mounting rumors of supply constraints, Apple now allows customers to purchase a Retina iPad mini from its retail stores without ordering one online first.
It has been rumored time and time again that Retina iPad mini supplies are tight, and it seems things haven’t improved since launch.
It not unusual to see people conducting various stress tests on a new device, but shooting at it with an MP7 submachine gun is a whole new ballgame.
It has been concluded in an independent review of the Retina iPad Mini that it displays fewer colors than Apple’s iPad Air.
It has been discovered that few Retina iPad mini units are showing image retention issues, no one knows exactly how many units are affected by this.
Apple finally released the tablet yesterday and results from Retina iPad mini benchmarks reveal a fivefold performance boost over the original iPad mini.
There has been a lot of speculation about Retina iPad mini supply constraints at launch, Apple assures customers that it is “working hard” to keep up with demand.
The online Apple Store has gone down globally ahead of the expected launch of the Retina iPad mini on November 12.
The delay in Retina iPad mini release is reportedly due to display panel problems, particularly due to LCD burn-in issues on panels made by Sharp.
Apple reportedly turns to rival Samsung for Retina iPad mini display panels as rumors about shortage mount
It has been consistently rumored over the past week that supplies of Retina iPad mini are going to be severely constrained due to low yield rates of display panels. Apple has now reportedly turned to its arch rival Samsung to provide it with the panels.
Apple is yet to announce when the Retina iPad mini launch is going to take place. Target, a major retailer, has pegged the launch date at November 21 on its website.
It has been consistently rumored that supplies of the recently announced Retina iPad mini are going to be severely tight at launch, Apple CEO Tim Cook seems to hint at that possibility as well.
The latest analyst prediction suggests that Apple Retina iPad mini isn’t going to be released this year, he pegs the release in the first quarter of 2014.
Sonny Dickson has done it again. The notorious, controversial and very troublesome (for some) young blogger, who’s recently announced his retirement from the “business”, has posted two incredibly detailed hands-on galleries starring the Apple iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 in the past 24 hours.
You know the rumor that emerged on the web less than 24 hours ago about Apple planning to equip the next-gen iPad mini with an A6 chip, but a non-Retina display? Apparently, it’s nothing but an unsubstantiated rumor.
I’m confused. In the space of just one week, we’ve heard the Retina display-boasting new iPad mini was delayed for 2014, a “lighter” model with “upgraded specs” but non-Retina screen was to come this year instead and now the variant that was supposed to be pushed back is no longer.