Before the iPad Mini has even been released, there are some suggestions that the iPad Mini will be a disaster! Yes, a disaster before it even hits the shelves which are a huge shock indeed but there is some gadget experts that think, for whatever reason, the new Apple device could fail. If this is true, Apple will take a huge loss but it is very surprising to hear that the device could fail. It’s shocking however because there has been so much talk about the new device to suggest that customers will love this but if the new tests are true, customers won’t want to buy the device.
Consumers are actually giving the device or the idea of the device a terrible rating, maybe because they don’t know much about the device or because they don’t like the idea of the new Apple device on the market. Whatever the reason may be, it does seem that consumers are giving the best ratings over the new Apple iPad Mini.
The only thing that can be said about this is the real test can only start once the device hits the market – whenever that may be that is. A major reason behind the bad feedback could be over practicability. People can get another device for the same price, maybe even cheaper with a device that has more spunk to it. Something new and something that isn’t the downsized version of an expensive device so it might have a huge impact on customers to look at the smaller version of the iPad.
However, not all customers are going to think about any other device than the Apple and if they could potentially get their hands on an iPad – a smaller version but an iPad nonetheless. Apple is apparently going to be releasing the 7 inch iPad Mini in the next few months and if they do, will they actually sell? Well, no one truly knows but calling it a ‘flop’ before it’s even hit the market might be too strong. There should not be anyone who underestimates Apple or any of their devices because let’s face it; they have a certain type of magic to make any product amazing.
So what is going to make the smaller Apple iPad a failure? Well, maybe because customers don’t want a cheaper version, is it even necessary? Some will say yes and some will say no but truthfully customers could fall in love with the device as soon as they see it. It can be very difficult to know how well a device is going to do until it hits the shelves.