Forget Nexus 7 And Galaxy Tab: We Say Why iPad Mini Will Reign Supreme On Our Newest CultCast



Galaxy Tab; Nexus 7; Kindle Fire HD—they’re all doomed, and on this week’s CultCast, we’ll tell why Apple’s new iPad mini will most definitely sit as the king of all tabs small.

Then, we review a new social iOS game so stellar, it’ll have you clamoring for Game Center friends just so you can get your fix.

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  • joewaylo

    It would only reign for me if they’ve made this an iPhone 6. All the bells and whistles of the iPhone in a 7 inch screen.

    Nobody has made an iPhone or a cell phone in a 7 inch screen before and Apple would be cool if they made it like that.

  • RaptorOO7

    So how exactly does the iPad mini reign supreme over the Android products when it has specs that are two years old compared to the current iPad? It costs more, and the screen is lower in resolution.

    But we all know Apple fans will buy it regardless, and the iPad mini 2 will be out in the spring with better specs. I will just use my iPad 3 that is 3 months old.

  • Zod Buster

    Stockholm syndrome, or capture-bonding, is a psychological phenomenon in which users express empathy and have almost fanatical ( eg APPLE ) positive feelings towards their products, always to the point of defending them ad nauseam.

  • Robert X

    I have no doubt that Apple will sell millions of them.