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Family Portrait: The iPad Air and Retina iPad mini

One is 9.7-inches, the other is 7.9-inches. That, primarily, is the difference between the iPad Air and the brand new iPad mini with Retina Display. Both pack the A7 chip, the M7 motion co-processor and of course, that glorious 2048x1536 resolution Retina Display. And, since the redesign of the full sized iPad with the new iPad Air, we have two iPads that look the same bar the size.

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Retina iPad mini unboxing and first hands on

It's late, really late over here in the UK, but that's not going to stop us cracking open the brand new iPad mini with Retina Display and taking a first look at it. It may be dark outside, but the iPad mini is certainly keeping our eyes open! This isn't a proper unboxing video – because I cheated and did it earlier – but it is a first look around the hardware and a quick side by side with its new big brother, the iPad Air.

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Retina iPad mini hands on photos

It's here! And by here, this time we mean it's in our hot little hands! We've managed – somehow – to snag a launch day Retina iPad mini in the ever wonderful Space Grey color. I've not even managed to get it home yet, but first things first, a few hands on snapshots! It's fresh out of the box, and immediately one thing is clear; that display is stunning.

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On Apple's weird iPad mini with Retina Display rollout

Let's be honest: Apple's rollout of the new iPad mini with Retina Display has been just plain weird. It caught many of us by surprise, but Apple isn't being coy for the reason for the soft launch - it's pretty clear they don't have the supply to meet demand.

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Retina iPad mini launch gets officially official, initial stock seems destined for online and in-store pickup only

Apple has made the Retina iPad mini launch officially official, by issuing a press release confirming the details of the availability of the new tablet. It seems initially – possibly down to supply constraints – that purchases are going to be limited to online customers, though can be reserved for in-store pickup.

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Did you order a new Retina iPad mini? [Poll]

Did you order a Retina iPad mini?

Well, well, well. Apple sure dropped this one on us, and caught many of us – sleepy Brits included – by surprise. Just last night as we were all getting ready to bed a rumor surfaced that we might be seeing the Retina iPad mini today, and lo and behold here it is. It looks like online sales only at the moment, so, did you order yourself a new Retina iPad mini?

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Retina iPad mini now available for order via Apple Online - here's what you need to know!

The Retina iPad mini is now available for order via Apple's online store. Delivery is currently 1-3 days for 16GB and 32GB Wi-Fi, and 5-10 days for all other Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular models. It's available in a in many countries, including the U.S., Canada, Australia, and the U.K.

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Regarding the Retina iPad mini launching tomorrow, November 12

An Apple internal tool called Global Service Exchange (GSX) has listed the Retina iPad mini as becoming available in a handful of markets, including the U.S. tomorrow, November 12. That's been verified now by several outlets and individuals. Juli Clover of MacRumors:

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T-Mobile fumbles free iPad data deal, will they recover?

T-Mobile's calls itself the "Un-carrier" because it's tried to spend much of 2013 disrupting the U.S. wireless business. Its latest attempt to do that was last week: it's selling the new iPad Air and iPad mini with a deal that nets you 200 MB of free data each month. But the initial rollout was fraught with problems. Has T-Mobile burned its bridges with new iPad customers?

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How to set up and start using your new iPad Air or Retina iPad mini

If the iPad Air or the Retina iPad mini is the first iPad you've ever owned, the first thing you'll want to do is get it set up so you can start downloading apps and games, taking photos, and all the other amazing things you can do with it. Whether your new iPad is your first experience with iOS or not, we can get you up and running in no time. Follow along and we'll walk you through the setup process from start to finish!

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