The iPad mini has a really impressive design and is probably the most attractive-looking small tablet on the market right now. But as Business Insider’s Jay Yarow points out, it may be wise to hold off buying Apple’s newest tablet until the company comes out with a second-generation version sometime next year. In no particular order, here are three reasons why buying an iPad mini right away might not be the smartest investment. It costs too much. Yes, Apple products are generally more expensive than its rivals’, but $329 for the iPad mini might be a wee bit high. Read the full story at Boy Genius Report.
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