After three long years, Apple's smallest tablet, the iPad mini, is back.
But the new iPad mini isn't completely new the way the iPad Pros are. Like someone returning from years spent abroad, the new iPad mini is still mostly the same tablet as the iPad mini 4 released in 2015 — it looks identical (bezels and all) and works with all previous accessories — but its skills have leveled up.
Powered by the A12 Bionic chip found in the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR, the new iPad mini has the performance to go the distance. Not just for today, but for years to come. Moreover, Apple Pencil support evolves the new iPad mini beyond being a tablet for consuming content and into one for creating it. Read more...More about Apple, Ios, Tablets, Reviews, and Mashable Choice