It’s no secret that Apple, the Cupertino tech giant, is one of the top leaders in the world as far as the tech segment is concerned. The company’s great success can also be noticed in the ease with which they always roll out new devices on the market. Today’s comparison is between Apple’s two newest tablets, the new iPad 2017 and the iPad Mini 4. Which one is the best? Which one should you buy? Keep reading to find out.

Apple iPad 2017

The new iPad 2017 comes with a 9.7-inch display with a resolution of 2048×1536 and a pixel density of 264 ppi. Its processor is the newest Apple-produced 64-bit A9 chipset, running on 2GB of RAM. The tablet comes in two storage variants, the 32GB and the 128GB respectively. You can also choose between three color schemes, the Silver, the Gold and the Space Grey. It has Touch ID and amazing connectivity options.

The frontcam comes in at 1.2MP with HD properties, and the rear camera has 8MP in quality and the ability to film in full 1080p HD. The iPad 2017 weighs 469 grams and has measurements of 240 mm x 169.5 mm x 7.5 mm.

Apple iPad Mini 4

The newest iPad mini naturally has a smaller 7.9-inch display with a resolution of 2048×1536 and 326 ppi of pixel density. It runs on a 64-bit A8 Apple-produced chipset with 2GB of RAM, and it also has Touch ID. It only comes in one storage variant, the 128GB one, and three colors that are the same as the iPad 2017: Silver, Gold and Space Grey. The front and rear cameras are identical to the iPad 2017. However, as the name might suggest, the iPad mini 4 is lighter, smaller and thinner than other tablets.