Apple’s iPad Mini doesn’t even exist, but yet again, a mockup of what the device could look like when it launches has surfaced. Chinese tech site BoLoPad today published photos of what it claims is the iPad Mini. The images show a 7.85-inch tablet with an aluminum back casing. That casing includes the Apple logo, a hole for a camera, and the typical iPad markings, including the device’s storage amount and legal jargon. When examined at different angles, the device appears to resemble those leaked prior to this, with the small Lightning connector on the bottom flanked by two speaker ports. Read the full story at CNET.
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