Apple is reportedly cutting down on components for its iPad mini tablet for the second quarter of 2013.
The release date of the second-generation iPad mini has analysts rechecking their projections, and one is now saying a third-quarter debut is likely.
The popularity of the Apple’s iPad mini is affecting sales of the 9.7-inch iPad.
The next generation of the iPad mini is long expected to have Retina Display, but a new report states the component may be putting a strain for Apple.
When it comes to advertising on the tablet, Apple trounces its competition.
Apple is bracing for shipments of their first 7.9-inch tablet to fall sharply as they enter the second financial quarter.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office have taken back its decision in not allowing Apple to trademark the iPad mini name.
Two retailers are defending their decision to discount two Apple tablets amidst rumors of the iPad mini 2.
The iPad mini has received a price discount as rumors of the next 7.9-inch tablet grow.
Microsoft has updated its Windows 8 hardware certification guidelines, leading to speculation of smaller Surface tablets in the future.
The second quarter of the 2013 could see shipments of the iPad mini cut, according industry sources.
Despite lawsuits and competition, Apple and Samsung share a partnership, with the latter providing components to Cupertino's tablet series.
Logitech has launched two keyboards to accompany Apple's iPad tablets.
A release date for the iPad Mini 2 appears distant if demand for the original 7.9-inch tablet doesn't ease.
Speculation on the next iPad Mini having a retina display is growing stronger and may come after Google launches their next Nexus 7 tablet, according to an analyst.