It’s a fact: Android tablets are everywhere.
With the introduction of the iPad Mini in June, Apple has launched a range of iPads for a whole new generation of iPad owners, including the iPad Air, iPad mini and iPad mini 2.
What to know about Android tablets There are two different types of Android tablets: the “basic” iPad and the “premium” iPad.
You can pick one up for about $400 (£285).
If you’re going for the premium model, the iPad mini with Retina display will cost you about $800 (£570).
The iPad mini (and iPad mini 3) are all built by Intel and run the same OS as Apple’s iPhones.
They come in three sizes: the 6.7-inch iPad mini, 7.9-inch version, and 8.9 inch version.
They’re all powered by a 1GHz Intel Atom processor, 1GB RAM, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and 802.11n WiFi.
The Apple Pencil is a little more powerful and will let you draw with a single finger.
It’s the same model of iPad that you’ll be getting if you buy an iPhone 4S.
The only thing you’ll notice is the iPad’s bezel, which is made of a soft touch material that’s not exactly glass.
It’s thinner than a normal iPad, but is thicker than a regular iPhone.
It also has a larger display, which can be adjusted to give you a smaller screen.
You can buy an Apple Pen.
It costs about $60 (£40) on Amazon.com and will last you for about three years.
If you don’t want to spend that much, the cheaper iPad mini for iPad Pro can be had for about the same price.