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Display expert slams Retina iPad mini, says Apple is ‘lagging’ behind

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Nov
2013

Apple’s decision to give the iPad mini a Retina display is certainly an improvement from the original device’s display but at least one display expert thinks it’s still “lagging” behind both the Google Nexus 7 and the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX. DisplayMate president Raymond Soneira this week knocks Apple for supposed “poor planning” when it comes to the Retina iPad mini’s display, which he says uses outdated technology that has been easily surpassed by its competitors. “The new iPad mini with Retina Display has a high-resolution, high-PPI display like the other two Mini Tablets that we test here,” Soneira explains. “But shockingly, it still has the same small 63% Color Gamut as the original iPad mini and even older iPad 2. As a

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