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Tuesday, 17 April 2012 10:01

More iPad mini rumours emerge

Written by Fudzilla staff



Six million units to ship by late 2012


Sick and tired of Google Tablet rumours? Try the iPad mini on for size instead.

According to a Chinese portal, Apple has already placed orders for as many as six million 7.85-inch iPads. The new iPad mini is expected to hit the market by the end of the year, in time to counter new Windows 8 tablets and to a lesser extent Google’s 7-inch tablet.

One of the companies named in the report is Honhai Precision, a subsidiary of Foxconn and other suppliers were named in previous reports. A few weeks ago a Samsung exec practically confirmed that a smaller iPad is on the way, but details are still sketchy, which is nothing strange in the secretive and smug house of Apple.

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