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Apple Expected to Sell 1.5 Million iPad Minis this Weekend

November 2, 2012

Apple is rolling out the iPad Mini to retail stores today, and all eyes are glued to Apple's moves, since this is the first 7.9-inch tablet in their product line. Analysts and enthusiasts alike are anxious to see how well it penetrates the market amongst the fierce competition. Could the next headline be, "iPad Minis are selling like hotcakes"?

The price of the iPad Mini was quite surprising, as most pundits and analysts expected between $200-$300. Many  think it's overpriced considering the outdated A5 processor and no retina display-just a diminutive



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