Samsung Galaxy Unpacked is OFFICIAL, iPad Mini Pro Gets Interesting & more! (video)

by Jeremy

And yes, today’s official news still begins with deals, and if you’re looking for a laptop, today might be your lucky day. Starting with the M1 MacBook Air, you can get it for 150 dollars off, leaving half a terabyte of storage model for 1099. And if you’re a Chrome OS user, the Lenovo S330 is 50 dollars off, going the 64 Gigs of storage tier for 230 bucks if you want a device marketed as a laptop. If you want a Windows machine, the Surface Book 2 is down 959 dollars from its original price tag, leaving the Intel Core i7 model for 1540…Samsung Galaxy

The 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro is getting a 100-dollar price drop, starting at 999. Finally, Samsung’s ever-lasting trade-in deals are still here, which means you can still grab the Galaxy S21 Ultra for just 400 bucks, the S21+ for 200, or the regular S21 for as low as 100 dollars if you have an eligible trade-in device. And if you want to buy a foldable before Unpacked, the Z Fold 2 is available for as low as 900 bucks, and we also have deals on the Z Flip. We have more discounts on the Galaxy S21+, Gaming Monitors, Smart Bulbs, and more in the links in the description.

For the first time today, let’s shift gears on to Cupertino and a product that I’m excited about, And I know I need to stop saying it, but it is what it is. This is the sixth-generation iPad mini. We have a new report from 9to5Mac that claims that the iPad mini is codenamed J310 and will feature several significant upgrades. For starters, it’ll be powered by the same A15 chip we’re expecting to appear on the iPhone 13 Series, and they also mention that Apple might be working on a more powerful A15 variant for other iPad models cause who knows? Why the whole M1 approach?

But, back to the mini, we’ll also get a USB-C port and a Smart Connector, which opens room for many other accessories that don’t usually come to the iPad mini. According to Mark Gurman, this new iPad mini will get a larger 8.4-inch display later this year with slimmer bezels resembling the new iPad Air. We have heard some other rumors mentioning a dedicated and smaller Apple Pencil. Jon Prosser also shared some renders a while back, showing a design that goes along with all these leaks in Gold, Space Grey, and Silver variants. So yes, with these many reports agreeing, it looks like that iPad mini Pro is finally happening.

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