iPad mini 6 Sees Its First Price Cut of $39 for Wi-Fi-Only Model, Now Costs $459.99 for 64GB Version
The iPad mini 6 is not officially released for customers, and immediately, it gets its first discount. If that is not called making a statement, then we do not know what else to say. With a fresh price cut, Apple’s compact tablet now costs $459.99 for the Wi-Fi-only model, and inside the package, you will get 64GB of internal storage. Unfortunately, the Wi-Fi + Cellular variant carries the same price, but that will hardly matter to most customers.
Also, keep in mind that the discount applies to the Purple, Space Gray, and Starlight finishes, so you have plenty of options to choose from. As for why you should get the iPad mini 6, not only will it be less of a pain to carry around thanks to its 8.3-inch screen, it also features slimmer bezels, so its overall footprint is reduced. The tablet features an all-new design, rocking Touch ID that is embedded within the power button.
The iPad mini 6 is also not short of performance because the A15 Bionic is the fastest chipset powering a tablet. It also features a 5-core GPU, so it will handle graphically intensive tasks like a walk in the park. The slate also features a solid camera configuration, with a 12MP main sensor, and a 12MP ultrawide unit with Center Stage support. The iPad mini 6 is also compatible with the Apple Pencil, and the accessory can magnetically connect on the side while getting charged simultaneously.
The iPad mini 6 also has Wi-Fi 6, touts legendary speakers, works with Bluetooth keyboards, and features a USB-C port. All of this, just for $459.99, so take advantage of this deal while it lasts.