By Taylor Martin | November 18, 2013 7:01 AM
Apple’s latest addition to its tablet lineup as released earlier this week, the highly anticipated iPad mini with Retina Display.
Last year’s miniature tablet from Apple was a success, yet it was perceived by many to be a compromise – both in performance and display quality. Apple reacted by upgrading the internals and, more importantly, the display. All the while, it managed to maintain approximately the same size, and utilized the same, much loved design.
Of course, an upgrade this large warranted a price increase. While the old iPad mini only dropped $30 (rather than the expected $100 drop), the new iPad mini with Retina Display retails for $70 more than the original did at launch.
Is the new iPad mini worth the extra cash? Or are the upgrades not enough to warrant the price increase? Watch the new iPad mini vs old iPad mini comparison video below to find out!