Apple iPad Mini To Supposedly Unveil In OctoberNews — By Naveen Vaidhya on August 27, 2012 at 7:12 am
Apple’s upcoming next generation iPhone and ‘iPad mini’ will reportedly debut in 2 separate events this fall, other than a single one has been wonders, as per some of the sources.
1st comes then new duplication of the tech hulk’s highly famous smartphone that will be launched at an as yet undeclared event on 12th September. Only after next-generation iPhone’s arrival in the market, Apple will declared the tiny iPad. The device that is estimated to have lower than 8 inches display will be unveiled at second event that sources reported is presently planned for October.
Few have already estimated that Apple would similarly separate these 2 iOS device declarations, specifically since both are expected to be super-duper hit events. John Gruber of Dari fireball recently suggested that reports recommending that Apple would present the new iPad mini and iPhone at a one event were off-base.
His thinking – The iPhone is Apple’s shelter device and the marking exert firm will never disclose it alongside a second product, which may weak the attention it would certainly command.
I think Apple would not wish reviews of its both new size iPad and new iPhone occurring at the similar time, Gruber wrote.” Why to share spotlight? Why to have another Apple product fighting with iPhone for peak sports in news? The more I expect about it, the less sense it will make for the iPhone to also share the stage at declaration with other product. The Apple iPhone is very big, cool and stores much attention and it’s in Apple’s thinking to keep that attention pure.
When it turns out, sources reported that it make more sense. With latest iPhone and tiny, new iPad in pipeline, Apple has 2 chances to commandeer the technology news cycles forwards to the yearly holiday shopping binge, and it will take both.
Therefore, anticipate 2 Apple events to be declared in the weeks and days ahead with Apple’s two largest hardware declarations of the year to see. But yet Apple refused to comment on their plans.