Apple launched an all-new iPad mini (6th gen) this year, but the previous version is being cleared out at The Source, with stock showing at some stores still.
The iPad mini (5th gen) 64GB Wi-Fi currently retails for $529.99 at Best Buy, but right now The Source has this same model for $259.96, saving you $270 or 51% off.
Online stock is not available, but there are brick and mortar locations showing some items in stock.
The 2019 iPad mini is powered by the company’s A12 Bionic chip and supports the Apple Pencil (1st gen).
The 2021 iPad mini has the newest A15 Bionic chip and has a larger screen at 8.3-inches (versus 7.9-inches), a USB-C port and support for Apple Pencil (2nd gen).
Other users on RFD noted local stores had stock, so act quickly if you’re looking to nab one. Good luck deal hunters.
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