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June 4, 2012Apple looks to iPad Mini, iPhone 5 to deliver 'exciting' September?More analyst chatter about a smaller tablet, this time from Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White. In a research note, White said to expect an "exciting" September that would bring a new iPhone as well as a smaller iPad. The sourcing behind that came from "local contacts" within the Taipei supply chain. May 17, 2012iPad mini to debut during second half of 2012?Citing evidence gathered by the firm's global research team, Barclays analyst Ben Reizes says a smaller, 7-inch version of the iPad was in the works. Reizes also offers up the unusual suggestion that the small tablet would actually live in the iPod Touch category.

May 10, 2012Latest iPad mini rumor puts price at $200 with 8GB storageBlog iMore says Apple's got an iPad apple - iphone xs max leather case - cape cod blue mini in the works that will sport 8GB of build-in storage, have a 2,048 by 1,536 pixel 7-inch display, and will cost somewhere in the ballpark of $200 to $250, Citing a reliable source behind this information, the outlet says this device will be in the hands of consumers this October, May 9, 2012iPad mini may be in the pipeline, says analystBarclays analyst Ben Reitzes considers a smaller version of the iPad a possible addition to the iPod family, "Our global research team still sees some evidence of this product in the supply chain -- and we wouldn't be surprised if it wound up in the iPod Touch category if it indeed sees daylight," Reitzes said in a note to investors..

May 4, 2012Who wants an iPad Mini? About one buyer in twoIf Apple were to offer a smaller iPad, slightly more than half of those polled by shopping site PriceGrabber said they'd purchase one. The question asked if buyers would be interested in a 7-inch iPad model that cost between $249 and $300. 59 percent of those who responded to CNET's own poll with the same question said they'd purchase such a device. April 16, 2012New iPad Mini rumor: 6M coming in third quarterA report from Chinese portal Netease suggests Apple's at work on producing some 6 million units of a smaller iPad model that would be ready to ship by the third quarter of 2012. The outlet suggested the tablet could sell for $249 to $399.

April 5, 20127.85-inch iPads said to be kicking around Apple's labsAn off the cuff comment from Daring Fireball's John Gruber during a podcast notes that Apple's got a "shrunk down" version of the iPad in its labs at 7.85 inches with a 1024 by 768 pixel display, but that it's unclear whether Apple would do anything with it, March 28, 2012iPad mini to be closer in size to Samsung's Note?According to Japanese Apple news and rumor site Macotakara, Apple's working with LCD suppliers to get a 5-inch panel ready for an upcoming product that will ship next year, That's according to "a reliable Chinese source," the site said, That would be two to three inches smaller than most other rumors have suggested for a smaller iPad's size, but still sport a so-called "Retina Display."March 13, 2012Samsung may have let slip Apple's iPad Mini plansIn one of the most unusual rumors of the bunch, the Korea Times reported that apple - iphone xs max leather case - cape cod blue Apple's got a 7.85-inch screen version of the iPad in the works for release by the end of 2012, That information comes from an unnamed Samsung official, the outlet said..

March 5, 2012Is Apple eyeing a 7.1-inch iPad?Tech blog Venturebeat says that Apple's shopping around for a 7.1-inch screen for a smaller-sized tablet, down from the much-rumored 7.85 inches. The news came just ahead of Apple unveiling its third-generation iPad, which was full-sized. March 1, 20127.85-inch iPads in line for productionCiting "makers in Apple's iPad supply chain," DigiTimes says a 7.85-inch iPad is in its sample stage, with "volume production" set for the third quarter of 2012, suggesting a holiday release. Once again, the site says the move is in response to Amazon's 7-inch Kindle Fire tablet. The site adds that the tablet would run $249 to $299.