News website DigiTimes reports that the production for rumored 7.85-inch iPad mini tablet will start in September. The supply volume for the tablet will be four million units per month, until it is launched in the holiday season later this year. According to the report in which DigiTimes has cited it’s sources in Apple’s supply chain, several hundreds of iPad mini tablets were supplied by the supply chain to Apple per month from the month of June.
Supply volume of Apple’s 7.85-inch iPad is estimated to reach four million units per month starting in September in order to prepare for demand from year-end holidays, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
This report by DigiTimes is consistent with the launch rumors we have been hearing from last few months which claimed that the production for Apple’s new smaller tablet will start in September and it will go on sale in the holiday season.
iPad mini is expected to feature a 7.85-inch screen with iPad 2 like non-Retina display, thin design, dual cameras, new dock connector and more. It is expected to be priced at between $250-$299.
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