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Another iPad rumour, We know, but this one looks legit. Sources at All Things D report the new device will be shown at an invite-only event 23 October.
It was initially thought to be making its debut to the public around 17 October, but it is believed that due to delays in production at a plant in China, the event is now scheduled for this new date.
Details on the device are limited, what can be said for certain is that the scaled-down tablet will feature a 7.85-inch, non-Retina display. Prices have not been confirmed, but have been reported to be significantly less than that of the current iPad given the diminished specs of the Mini.