Apple iPad Air is now available for purchase, iPad Mini 2 might still take some time

Sara Cunningham November 1, 2013 0
Apple iPad Air is now available for purchase, iPad Mini 2 might still take some time

We finally have the good news that Apple fans and consumers have been waiting for since a long time. The Apple iPad Air is now available for purchase and interested consumers can rush to their nearest retail stores or online stores and check out the available deals.

To start with, if you are an Apple fan, this news will not exactly come to you as a surprise. At the official launch event, Apple already promised that the iPad Air would be available for purchase starting from November. The company also said that the Apple iPad Mini 2 would be available sometime later in the same month.

So as promised, the Apple iPad Air is here but we do not see any signs of the iPad Mini 2. But if it’s the Apple iPad Air that you are interested in, then you can check out the Apple Store, all the major carriers in your region as well as some of the most popular retail and online stores. If you spend some time, you will definitely be able to get the best deal.

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As always, the Apple iPad Air will be available in different countries but will have different prices as well. This always happens due to the difference in currency and some other factors that we really cannot control. So simply check out the standard pricing charts we have here for you and you will get an idea about the amount of money you will have to spend in order to get your very own iPad Air.

 Apple iPad Air (US)

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Apple iPad Air (UK)

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Apple iPad Air (France)

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Apple iPad Air (Germany)

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So there you have it, the latest iPad Air and the prices at which the tablet is being offered in different countries around the world. Now if you have been waiting for the Apple iPad Mini 2, then you just need to hold on to your money for a few more weeks.

Apple is pretty sure that its new range of iPads (iPad Air and iPad Mini 2) will attract a number of consumers and will help the company achieve the high revenue target that has been set for last quarter of this year. Tim Cook is very confident about these two new products and expects them to make record-breaking sales this Christmas. “I think it will be an iPad Christmas,” he said.

But there is one possible problem that might disappoint a number of consumers. It seems that the Apple iPad Mini 2 might not be able to make it in time! Tim Cook commented on the chances of iPad Mini 2 shortage as he said, It’s unclear whether we’ll have enough for the quarter or not.

There have been reports which suggest that the Apple iPad Mini 2 is facing some serious issues with respect to production. As a result of this problem, Apple might end up producing a very few units of the iPad Mini 2, which indicates that a very few consumers will be able to get it during the holiday season. If you are looking out for a definite date, we don’t have one right now, but it is being said that the Apple iPad Mini 2 production will be smoother by the start of next year. So for now, we will just have to wait and watch. And don’t forget, you do have the Apple iPad Air, you can get that if you do not want to wait.

Apple iPad Air (Key specifications)

  • 9.7-inch LED backlit multi-touch display
  • IPS technology
  • Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating
  • 2048 x 1536 pixels screen resolution
  • 264 ppi pixel density


  • Apple A7 chipset
  • 64-bit architecture
  • M7 motion coprocessor
  • 1GB of RAM


  • 5MP primary camera with 1080p video recording
  • 1.2MP secondary camera with 720p video recording

Internal Storage:

  • 16, 32, 64 and 128GB


  • 32.4-watt-hour rechargeable lithium-polymer battery
  • Up to 10 hours of mixed usage

Operating System:

  • Apple iOS 7

Color options:

  • Space Gray
  • Silver


  • Wi-Fi only
  • Wi-Fi + Cellular


  • 469 grams (Wi-Fi model)
  • 478 grams (Wi-Fi + Cellular model)


  • 240 x 169.5 x 7.5 mm (both models)

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