Please Don’t Kill the iPad mini — Make it Pro Instead

Jonny Evans

Watching Apple since 1999. I don't say what they should do. I say what they might do. They sometimes do.

4 Responses

  1. Steve Jobs Sagan says:

    You are 100% right! For a fuller explanation, see

    Comfortable, easy to hold, great for ebooks reading, magically small while having nearly 2 1/2 the display area of the iPhone Pluses! It’s the best form factor for taking photos– and showing them! (The iPad Airs are too big.)

    Still, Apple needs to add a flash for the camera, beef up the internal RAM, improve the display, and enhance the camera, especially in low light.

    If they did that, we’d buy several!

    We had one, sold it for an upgrade, then were disappointed by the Mini 4 being an incremental upgrade– and not adding the flash.

    We still miss having one, so convenient, so intimate, so personal.

    Come on, Apple, listen to Jonny! Evans, not Ive, that is!

  2. James A. McGreevy says:

    I only have the use of one hand and the combination of an iPad Mini and a small ClamCase keyboard built for it is perfect for me. I can easily reach all of the keys, which isn’t the case with a full-sized keyboard. I imagine that using a keyboard with one hand could be useful to anyone who needs the other hand for drawing or whatever. I’ve got two iPad minis, a 1st generation and the latest 4th gen, both in keyboard cases. They are indispensable, I carry one with me everywhere — they work great with Scrivener. They are the best and most portable writing tools I’ve ever had. On Global Accessibility Awareness Day, today, Apple should think about at least one small subset of handicapped users.

  3. Shashank says:

    Yes i too agree with it –

    All apple need is to do that launch an improvised iPad mini with all latest tech like A10 chipset more ram and storage and at reasonable price and that’s it Apple will have a clear winner in terms of Apple iPad mini

  4. Ronald Quint says:

    Yes keep it. Alot of general aviation pilots use it on their yoke to reference maps while flying.

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