Sunday, September 2, 2012

New Clues to an iPad Mini in the logs of a developer

Yesterday we reported that some developers were noticing access their applications from unknown devices. Looking at the code name of such devices, some had seen hints about a possible iPad Mini with evidence that Apple is doing.

We recall that Marco Arment, developer of Instapaper, found from an iPad2 hits, 5 and iPad2, 6, code names so far unknown. He was convinced that it was not a trick of jailbreak, so it could be no other thing new devices that Apple was testing.

pistas ipad mini logs desarollador Nuevas pistas sobre un iPad Mini en los logs de un desarrollador

Imagine for a moment that it really is iPad Mini. Correspond Why two models? Chances are that the former is the basic WiFi, and the second was the most expensive with optional 3G or 4G. This would confirm as leaked photos accompanying these words, in which the top suggests that it is a model with mobile connectivity.

Arment also assumes that there is a 2.7 version that uses CDMA technology rather than GSM, but has not yet seen in your logs. According to him, Apple will use LTE to lower production costs and reach a wider audience.

However, with the new iPad and iPhone 5 using this technology, it is more likely that the apple company has achieved lower costs enough to release a version around € 350 with LTE, for those willing to pay.

What do you think? It seems that the chances that this fall we see an iPad Mini grow with every new rumor that comes. September will be a month very bumpy in terms of information about new Apple products.

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