iPad mini 6 hits all-time low price of $399 in rare Apple deal

The iPad mini 6 is one of the most portable tablets on the market. And in a Prime Day-worthy iPad deal, Apple’s latest compact tablet is cheaper than ever.

In a rare deal, you can get the 64GB Apple iPad mini 6 for $399 on Amazon. Usually, it sells for $499, which is $100 off and the lowest price ever for the iPad mini 6. It’s one of the best iPad deals of the season.

If you need more storage, Amazon has the 256GB iPad mini 6 for $539 ($100 off).

Apple’s 6th generation iPad mini brings tons of upgrades to the series. It features an all-new design, larger screen, faster processor, and improved cameras. The tablet in this deal packs an 8.3-inch (2266 x 1488) display with True Tone, 500 nits of brightness, and Apple Pencil (2nd Gen) support. Its sleek aluminum exterior houses the 6-core Apple A15 Bionic processor, 5-core graphics, and 64GB of storage.

In our review of the iPad mini 6, we praise the tablet’s compact size, fast performance, and crisp, bright screen. We also found its battery life to be impressive – it lasted around 11 hours in the real world. We gave the iPad mini an overall rating of 4 out of 5 stars and our Editor’s Choice award.

In multitasking tests, the performance of the iPad mini 6 never faltered. In one test, we launched 16 Google Chrome tabs, a YouTube video, and browsed multiple sites. Not once did the iPad mini 6 stutter or lag.

For your connectivity needs, its USB-C port offers data transfer speeds of up to 5Gb/s. Meanwhile, Wi-Fi 6 ensures fast and reliable live connection speeds.

At 0.7 pounds and 7.7 x 5.3 x 0.3 inches, the iPad mini 6 is slightly smaller and lighter than the iPad mini 6 (11 ounces and 8 x 5.3 x 0.2 inches). It’s much lighter and as thin as the iPad Air (16 ounces, 9.8 x 6.8 x 0.2 inches).

In a nutshell, the iPad mini 6 is worth considering if you want a small, high-end tablet with super-fast performance.

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