And it will cost you up to £659 for the pleasure of owning one.
Apple's so-called iPad 5 has arrived as the iPad Air, while what was expected to be named the iPad 2 has been dubbed the iPad Mini with retina display.
The sequel shrunken tablet still sports a 7.9-inch screen, which now boasts 1080p HD viewing thanks to the retina display.
Meanwhile, the A7 chip featured in the iPad Air can also be found in the Mini to offer eight times the graphics performance of its predecessor.
Pricing is as follows for the wi-fi versions: 16GB £319; 32GB £399; 64GB £479; 128GB £559.
Pricing is as follows for the wi-fi and LTE versions: 16GB £419; 32GB £499; 64GB £579; 128GB £659.
Additionally, the original iPad mini is now costs £249 for the 16GB wi-fi model and £349 for the 16GB wi-fi and cellular version.
iPad Mini with retina display will launch in November, but no word on the exact date.
The App Store now features more than one million apps, with 475,000 of those made solely for iPad.