Apple also introduced the fourth generation iPad with retina display. The new model boasts doubled CPU and graphics performance as well as 10 hours of battery life. Similar to the mini, the Wi-Fi models will be available November 2nd with cellular versions shipping a couple of weeks later. (Prices are noted in the image above.) It’s also worth noting that the both of the new iPads will available at Sprint — the iPad 2 is still only available for AT&T and Verizon customers.
The iPad continues to be a powerful tool for many businesses. In fact, 94 percent of Fortune 500 companies are either testing or utilizing the iPad. There are many ways in which you can integrate a tablet into your daily business operations. With a new lower price, the iPad mini is definitely worth checking out.
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