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5 Reasons to Buy the iPad Mini 5 & 6 Reasons Not To

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Wait Until You're Prepared

Wait Until You're Prepared

The iPad mini 5 is cheaper than an iPad Pro but it's still an expensive gadget so don't rush into anything. Go hands-on with the new models, the iPad's competitors, and research your habits before you buy. 

First and foremost, you'll want to dig into the two storage sizes to make sure you don't overspend or buy an iPad mini 5 with too little storage. 

You'll also want to determine if you need an LTE model. If you decide that you do, you'll want to research your carrier options and determine the carrier and plan that best suits your needs. 

Look into iPad mini 5 accessories including the Apple Pencil and cases. You'll also want to go hands-on with the competition.

There are a ton of excellent iPad mini alternatives on the market right now including the iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad, iPad mini 4Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, Samsung Galaxy Tab S6, and Amazon's $80 Fire HD 8

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. nick

    11/22/2018 at 3:21 am

    The iPad Mini 4 (128GB) is on sale now for $250 and might even drop more on Black Friday. I haven’t heard anything about an imminent iPad Mini 5 release other than this story (I suppose a minor spec bump is possible but I think Apple is pretty much set for the Christmas shopping season with their lineup). In any case a Mini 5 would surely cost double the aforementioned sale price or perhaps $399 for a (32/64GB model). If it’s basically a processor bump without major changes then it might be a pass, but a iPad Pro-like redesign would be worth considering. If the latter I wouldn’t expect it until next year.

  2. Javed

    03/22/2019 at 4:23 am

    People buy only for prestige and apple branding, these are overrated.

    • Aisha

      06/11/2019 at 7:53 am

      no not all people, i don’t have an ego problem and only wanna buy them because of the good quality of them they honestly are preferred by many people and if you have a problem then there is something wrong with you not others, okk boo :)

  3. Ari Eru

    07/28/2019 at 5:13 am

    a 6.5″ 16:9 iPhone XS Max screen is different from a 7.9″ 4:3 iPad Mini screen. Even if you have an XS Max, you will still feel significant difference when using an iPad Mini. Trust me!

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