At least in the US, the Apple iPad mini (2021) is still available at $500 for the base 64GB model and $650 for the 256GB model. However, when the Apple Store was closed in anticipation of the new iPad 10th generation and iPad Pro 2022, prices in Europe and other places rose.
We investigated a few local shops and contrasted the current costs with those from earlier this month. Only the US and Canada’s pricing remained constant among the regions we looked at; everywhere else, there was a slight to moderate price increase.
Increases of between €100 and €160 were found to be very typical in mainland Europe. Since those were the ones most negatively impacted by the new iPhone prices, we also looked at the nations that don’t use the Euro. Once more, nations like Poland face price increases of more than 20%.
The most recent Mini is now significantly more expensive than the recently released new iPad 10th generation device as a result of these pricing increases. For those seeking for something compact, the iPad mini (2021) does boast a quicker CPU (Apple A15 vs. A14), a sharper display (327ppi vs. 264ppi), and is smaller too. But that convenience will cost you more.