I’m a person who needs an iPad Mini. It just makes sense for me.
You see, when I want to make phone calls, I use my iPhone. Every other day, I FaceTime with my parents, who live all the way across the country.
When I want to type an email or draft a document, I use my MacBook Pro. Clean and simple to use, this computer is a godsend.
When I want to read books, I use my iPad. I adore the layout of iBooks and the beautiful way each page turns with a light tap of my finger.
And when I want to remember just how rich I am, I use my iPad Mini. Even though the text in the iBooks app is quite hard to read and the FaceTime feature reminds me that I could be using my iPhone to do the same thing, why consolidate electronics when you’re just this rich? Being rich has its advantage. That advantage is the iPad Mini: everything you could ever want in an iPhone and a classic iPad, all rolled up into one package that only cost around $10,000. What’s that you say? iPad Mini is actually around $500? Silly me! Anything under the price of a single-story house is kind of all the same. You know what I mean??
Sometimes I play a little game with my iPad Mini. I hold it between my thumb and pinky finger, squint a little bit, and imagine that I have a huge giant hand that’s holding my regular-sized iPad. It’s quite funny. Another game that I like to play is called Put an iPod Nano In the Microwave and Heat It Up to See What Happens. That one is really more of a party game and needs at least three to four people.
To sum up, the iPad Mini is crucial to my way of life. Without it, I wouldn’t be able to feel so rich. And so like a giant!