[UNKNOWN] Dan Ackerman over here taking a very first look at Apples iPad mini 3. Same basic design as last years but upgraded with that touch ID so you can do some shopping from your couch.
No NSD chip unlike the [UNKNOWN] so you can't [UNKNOWN].
And you're tapping on the cash register, but great for that sort of impulse purchase reducing friction to present, because that's what everyone wants to do.
Otherwise, it's pretty much the same as last years iPad Mini to prevent in between signals in the air, and I guess to fix the bugs out.
This will be out, by the end of October, and it is $399.
I'm Dan Achromen with Apple's iPad.
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