The iPad may be getting tiny soon
The iPad has gotten love across the world and has helped keep Apple at the top of the tablet market. This product is already a big deal, but it might get even bigger … by getting smaller. CNET reports that an analyst believes the 7.85-inch iPad will go into production in August after being rumored for the past few months. Smaller devices are often more convenient for users, but can be harder to fix if they break. If you buy a new, smaller iPad, you can be confident iResQ has the know-how to fix it up if something goes wrong.
"We expect panel production to start in August, with production ramping up to high volumes (more than a million units per month) in the fourth quarter," said Paul Semenza, an analyst at NPD DisplaySearch, according to the news source. There have been reports that the device will start popping up in stores as soon as September.
CNET said thus far, there has been no word on how much this device will cost, but the news source said it will sell for "significantly less" than the latest $499 iPad. This is looking to be a more affordable device for those who want a tablet.
If your current iPad is broken or damaged, you might opt to buy this new product, but an even more affordable option is probably iPad repair. For any iPad repair needs, iResQ is there for you. Cracked screen? Not a problem. Broken headphone jack or power button? That's fixable. Don't let a perfectly good device go to waste; send it over to iResQ for a free diagnosis and get it fixed