A video making the rounds this morning appears to show someone with an iPad Mini measuring and inspecting the device.
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In the video, which was reported on by 9to5Mac, we see someone with what appears to be Apple's new tablet. He measures it and shows off its various ports -- including one for the smaller-size Lightning power supply -- but does not actually power it up.
The 9to5Mac post also suggests that Apple will announce that it's keeping the current storage options -- 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB -- for its main iPad line.
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