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iPad mini 'confirmed' by Samsung
06 March 2012
Samsung document claims smaller tablet landing this summer
Before you get too excited, let's just say that this is not going to be launching tomorrow. The tablet has merely been 'confirmed' by a company document. But not an Apple document, this one is out of Samsung. Confused? We're not surprised.
The revelation appeared in a 'Samsung Securities' document, which was then spotted by the Oled Display site. Much of it is fairly technical stuff, the kind of thing you wouldn't go through in a million years. But someone did and on page 9 of 138, it said: 'Following the success of its iPad 1 and iPad 2, which have together achieved sales of 55m units, Apple plans in 1Q12 to launch the iPad 3 and in 3Q12 a new 7-inch product temporarily referred to as the iPad mini.'
If that statement is one of fact and if could be, bearing in mind Samsung has a working relationship with Apple on the iPad, we're looking at a summer launch for a smaller iPad, presumably to take on the Amazon Kindle Fire, the Google tablet and the lower-priced tablet market in general. It all makes sense.
On the other hand, the author could merely have rehashed the rumours that have been floating around about a smaller tablet for months now, second-guessing Apple's next move. So not a definite confirmation, but the chances of a smaller iPad on the market have just grown considerably.
Sources: Cult of Mac and Oled Display
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