Apple announced the new iPad Mini today, a lighter, thinner version of the insanely successful iPad. With virtually the same hardware as its bigger brothers, battery life will be a major concern for iPad Mini owners. The battery size is much smaller in order to accommodate the one-hand-fits-all size of the new device. But with lots of processing power and more multi-tasking capabilities than ever the question remains: Can the new battery handle everything?
Phil Schiller, Vice President of Marketing for Apple, seems to think so.
"All the software made for the iPad works on the mini with no change," he said at the event. All of this technology in such a thin and light device. The team has worked to get the same battery life [as the iPad 2] 10 hours. The iPad