If you’ve been following the rumours, you’ll know that Apple have been up to something recently, and yesterday, they revealed a range of new and updated products. As well as announcing new versions of the Macbook and iPad, the iPad Mini was announced.

Created as Apple’s answer to Google’s Nexus 7 and the Kindle Fire, the iPad Mini is both thinner and lighter than the others, and features a 7.9 inch screen display. It will be compatible with all current iPad and iPhone apps, and features both 3G and 4G connectivity. The prices are (as is normal with Apple products) at the higher end of the market, starting from A$369 for a 32GB wifi-only iPad Mini, and going up to A$729 for the 64 GB LTE version.

But of course the most important feature (as far as we’re concerned!) is that all these products are compatible with GO-SIM’s nano-SIM cards, so if you want to splash out on some top-of-the-line new tech, that’s okay with us. The question is – will you? Let us know!

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