Korrasami, 17 May 2015Negative parts/cons of this device are non-expandable memory (no memory card slot), non-remova... moreObviously it doesn't have a sim slot it's a tablet not a phablet but seriously there is a cellular version of it but it's a bit more expensive and one thing more, apple made 128 GB versions because people are always complaining how 64 isn't enough for them and why would you need a memory slot if you have 128 GB.
Hameruel, 15 May 2015well then, thank you.. but, what are the negative parts of the ipad mini 2 .?? and what is the... moreMy bad, the price of the 32 GB version is actually USD320.00 instead of USD339.00.
Hameruel, 15 May 2015well then, thank you.. but, what are the negative parts of the ipad mini 2 .?? and what is the... moreNegative parts/cons of this device are non-expandable memory (no memory card slot), non-removable battery, can't perform or receive calls, and it can't connect to internet on its own as it requires Wi-Fi (but there is Wi-Fi + Cellular version which lets you put a SIM-card in it to access the internet, but you still can't perform or receive calls, plus it's more expensive than the regular Wi-Fi only version). The price of the basic 16 GB Wi-Fi only version of iPad Mini 2 is USD299.00 I would advise against buying this version because the 16 GB storage is very low, you'll regret buying it. The 32 GB Wi-Fi only version is the best one at USD 339.00. You can always use your phone's Wi-Fi Hotspot anyways to access the internet.
Anonymous, 07 May 2015You cant imagine, im having no laggs with it and the battery life is great... İt will... morewell then, thank you.. but, what are the negative parts of the ipad mini 2 .?? and what is the available or latest price on it ?
Hameruel, 05 May 2015Is this tablet fast? Or I should say is it a lag-free tablet? Is the battery life good? I want... moreYou cant imagine, im having no laggs with it and the battery life is great... İt will last 2 days on heavy usage... My previous tablet was samsung galaxy tab pro and i was very unhappy with it, but now i am happy with my ipad, even the apps on an ipad are so great İ will 100% recommend to buy it. Display is great, build quality is great, accessories are great, everything is great on ipad 😁 and dont go for ipad mini 3 becuz it has no difference from its predecessor except TouchID which is not really necessary for 100$...
Is this tablet fast? Or I should say is it a lag-free tablet? Is the battery life good? I want to buy this one, but first I need your confirmations and experience share to me, if the favors are great then I should buy 1. I just want you to prove me if what is better and Android Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 or Apple Ipad Mini 2? What best suit me?
DJJ, 04 May 2015Hahahah!! You are funny! You will be Screwed by apple if you do that. LOLIs that what it is about . Screwing people . I think you are right .
I have used android for last 3 years and just got an ipad mini 2 . My impression of ios is that its not at all user friendly like android . its a nice tablet with not so good ram but software experience is way behind android . Its got style . Go for it if style is what you want
Should advice the "cellular" version does not actually give phone usability...feeling victim of a fraud.
Someone should sue apple for the scam.
I would love to buy ipad since I don't have one, any suggestions which ipad I should buy or any tablet? I needed for education purpose. I'm majoring in Graphic design
i found this my ipad mini 2 a minor lag playing the games like real racing 3 and asphalt 8
Fah Q, 06 Apr 2015I don't know much about interior design, but I bet working on it requires a lot of space and t... moreI agrre. Initially, these low spec devices perform good. But as we update the OS, these old beasts tend to slow down. Apple is deliberately using a notch less quality hardware in its Minis.
Just bought an iPad mini 2 (wifi+cellular) and its IOS is 6 should I upgrade it to IOS 8.3
bopi, 05 Apr 2015I am interior architect designer. I am planning to buy this iPad is this helpful for better de... moreI don't know much about interior design, but I bet working on it requires a lot of space and top-notch specs. If that's the case, I think you better off with the iPad Air 2. It's as future-proof as it gets. The A8X coupled with the beastly triple-core GPU (the best in its class) as well as the 2 gigs of RAM will make short of your work.
Though there is an issue. The device vibrates when the speaker is used - mainly because of the very thin design. But I personally don't think this as a dealbreaker.
That said, the iPad Mini 2 is still a viable budget option. Don't even bother with its successor - all you get is the TouchID fingerprint scanner and a choice of gold colour.
p/s: Don't get the 16GB ones. You will constantly juggling between which apps are to going to be removed.
I hope this helps. :)