Apple is long rumored to be developing a next-generation iPad Mini 2 with Retina Display. Several sources have confirmed that next iPad Mini 2 will be featuring the Retina Display screen. We have seen people criticizing Apple for not putting Retina Display screen in iPad Min device at launch time. Earlier this morning, we came across to a series of confusion reporting from CNET, which claims that Apple is readying up with two updates on iPad Mini lineup.
Apple is reportedly carrying two updates for iPad Mini devices this time, with one device update to launch along iPad 5, while the other will come in the first few months of 2014. Apple was rumored to be bringing the Retina Display into iPad Mini devices, but report says that first update to iPad Mini devices will not be carrying the Retina Display, while the 2014 update will be carrying Retina Display screens for the users. However, after the first claims of this Retina & non-Retina updates, CNET revised its story and reported that Apple will be bringing the Retina Display Screens in both updates.
Analysts around the market have already confirmed that Apple is facing technical issues in reaching out the display panels for the iPad Mini 2, and it may cause a significant delay in the launch of the device. We are still yet to decrypt the reason behind two updates to iPad Mini line-up, but still focusing on the report, and track record of Apple. The company last year launched two major updates to iPad users with an improved hardware, and inclusion of new hardware Lightning dock connector in the iPad 4.
Basically, it is still not clear why mainstream media is putting faith in such stories, because there were no rumors about these two-new iPad Mini launches this time.