The Tough Armor is the new leader in protective cases providing better impact absorption than any other boxy case on the market. The new Air Cushion Technology corners reduces the thickness of the case while providing optimal protection for your iPad mini Retina.
To remove any air bubbles trapped under the front & back films, wrap a credit card (or any similar card) with the included micro-fiber cloth and push the bubbles out towards the edge. For best results start from the center and push the bubbles outward.
Earlier this week Apple unveiled its new revamped iPad line-up. As expected the new full size iPad, now called the iPad Air, took design cues from the iPad mini and features a much thinner and lighter shell. Weighing in at a mere 1lb, it’s now more difficult than ever to choose between the iPad Air and iPad mini. The iPad mini was also given a major update with the inclusion of a retina display. With the original iPad mini dominating tablet sales the new iPad mini with Retina display is bound to be another success. Both iPads now incorporate the A7 chip which brings all of Apples flagship mobile devices to 64-bit computing. The iPad Air will be available starting November and the iPad mini with Retina display will be available sometime in November.
Alongside the unveiling of the new iPad line-up, Spigen is excited to announce that we will be preparing a new line of accessories for the iPad Air & iPad mini with Retina display. Stay tuned for more on our amazing new products.
With the holiday season quickly approaching, AllThingsD has reported that Apple will be holding a special event on October 22nd. Even without an official announcement its heavily speculated that the event will be focused on updates to the iPad and iPad mini. We’re also anticipating the release of OSX Mavericks and a refresh to the Mac Pro to line up with the recently refreshed MacBook Airs and iMacs.
Due to recent leaks we have a good idea what the shell of the revamped iPad will look like. The New iPad will most likely be taking design cues from the iPad mini and adopting a slimmer bezel with a thinner, more compact design. But what everyone is really focused on is whether the iPad mini will have a retina display. There have not been any leaks regarding the resolution of the iPad mini display but with competitors all featuring high-resolution displays we wouldn’t be shocked if Apple did include it.
Unfortunately it seems that there could be manufacturing issues, which may make the iPad mini sparse at launch. Stay up to date with Apple’s fall coverage by following us and make sure to check out our iPad and iPad mini products while we wait for October 22nd!