iPad Mini 4 teardown: Shrunken battery, double RAM

18 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Unboxing the Apple iPad Mini 4.

The new iPad Mini 4 was a footnote at Apple’s recent event, and for good reason: the little tablet really is just Apple’s year-old iPad, with a slightly smaller display. Although things look pretty much identical on the outside as the Mini 3, there are a few important changes under the hood: the glass screen is now laminated to the display, which makes the iPad thinner, but also more expensive to replace if you crack the screen.

That’ not necessarily a bad thing, though a new iFixit teardown reveals the company could also be cutting corners when it comes to the new tablet’s battery. Apple claims that mini 4 is 30 percent faster in computing tasks and 60 percent quicker in graphics than its predecessor, which is pretty significant.

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