The iPad Mini has made it past FCC regulations, which means it has been certified for regular everyday use in the US. Both the new Apple tablet devices have been granted approval in their “singular WiFi and dual cellular editions.” What this means is that the iPad Mini has been approved in its Wi-Fi only mode as well as for worldwide “HSPA+, EV-DO, and LTE coverage.” The frequency range is the same as that of iPad Mini, which means the the mini iPad could be employing the services of the 28nm Qualcomm MDM9615 chipset. Not too surprising for a device that looks more like an over-sized iPhone rather than a scaled down iPad.
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