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The iPad Mini is a first-gen Apple product. So speculation about Act 2 will be rampant in 2013.
The iPad Mini could become the iPad standard bearer, according to NPD DisplaySearch.
The company's smaller tablet will reportedly come with a 7.85-inch screen, a Lightning connector, and thinner design than its predecessor.
The store will likely go back online after Apple is done unveiling its new products later today.
The company will offer adapters that can connect to USB and VGA, among others.
Between our UK home team and CNET.com's crew at the San Francisco, we've got the iPad mini launch well and truly covered.
The company has apparently tapped AU Optronics and LG Display to produce the 7.85-inch screens for the widely expected downsized iPad.
While most expect Apple to release an iPad Mini this week, photos surface of a purported iPad 4 Lightning dock connector.
The company is reportedly often meeting with schools to discuss the iPad's appeal.
The iPad mini could cost between £205 and £330 for different versions -- in the US, anyway.