The Apple iPad Mini is smaller, almost a “phablet,” with a display that is only 7.9 inches. The specifics are a trimmed-down, budget-friendly version of previous iPad generations. It has 512 megabytes of RAM, 64 gigabytes of storage, a dual core processor, and decent pixel density in the display. The main benefit of this device is that it is only about 11 ounces and about 0.28 inches thick. The parts for the iPad Mini are much more delicate, as a general rule, than prior generations of the iPad. One unique aspect of the iPad Mini digitizer touchscreens is that they include an IC chip at the end of the flex ribbon connector that must be soldered. Group Vertical offers these digitizers with the IC chip conveniently already soldered. The Wi-Fi-only version is model A1432, and the Wi-Fi and cellular versions are models A1454 and A1455, all released in late 2012.