Schiller breaks one out from under the table. Holds it out in one hand.
It looks pretty small in his hand.
Time for specs: 7.2mm thick, which is 23 percent thinner than fourth-gen iPad. "thin as a pencil!"
7.2 mm thin is pretty thin. And 0.68 pounds.
53 percent lighter than full-sized iPad at 0.68 lbs.
Comes in white and "slate black."
Schiller says that the company wanted to make it smaller, but didn't want to make developers work.
Screen is 7.9-inches in side.
1,024x768. Same as iPad 2. Developers just exhaled.
1024 pixels by 768 pixels -- so same resolution as first- and second-gen iPad.
Schiller says "all" apps designed for that work.
Schiller playing up things like FaceTime HD phone calls, reading magazines, as well as doing iWork and iLife apps.
Hitting hard with the app ecosystem angle for the iPad mini.
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Schiller says: Others have tried to make smaller tablets, but they've failed. Example, and Android tablet -- the Galaxy Nexus 7.
Yikes. Android tablet side-by-side. They're going right at it.
Pointing out the total area of the screen. 1/3 larger display area than 7-inch Android.
Schiller compares Nexus' 7-inch display versus iPad 7.9-inch display, which is 35 percent larger. "That's a huge difference," Schiller says.
To further illustrate the point, Schiller brings up a Web page on both devices. When browsing it's 49 percent larger in portrait, and 67 percent larger in landscape mode. "It doesn't stop there," he goes on.
Now showing the difference between 16:9 and the iPad's more paper-like aspect ratio.
Schiller talking smack about "the other platform" apps, knocking them as "scaled up" and "stretched out" phone apps.
That includes Yelp, Pandora, Vimeo, Trip Advisor.
iPad Mini has an A5 processor. Same as iPod Touch fifth-gen. FaceTime HD camera. 5MP iSight camera.
On the inside:
- A dual-core A5 processor
- FaceTime HD front-side camera
- 5 megapixel iSight camera on the back