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Personally I would check with the supplier and make sure. When looking at the specs between the ipad mini and the ipad mini with retina display, there is a slight difference in depth, with the retina display being just slightly smaller in depth. Although it should fit, I wonder if that difference in depth will not cr… see more Personally I would check with the supplier and make sure. When looking at the specs between the ipad mini and the ipad mini with retina display, there is a slight difference in depth, with the retina display being just slightly smaller in depth. Although it should fit, I wonder if that difference in depth will not create a snug fit and just become a nuisance.
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By Jo-Jo on December 29, 2013
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I think Griffin is marketing it as though it fits both iPad mini and iPad mini 2. (On their website it looks like the same product is shown on both the iPad mini and iPad mini retina pages). However, I got this case for my iPad mini 2 and would say that I'm not 100% sure they should be doing that. The corners curl off … see more I think Griffin is marketing it as though it fits both iPad mini and iPad mini 2. (On their website it looks like the same product is shown on both the iPad mini and iPad mini retina pages). However, I got this case for my iPad mini 2 and would say that I'm not 100% sure they should be doing that. The corners curl off the screen just the slightest amount in a way that I don't think they should be and the plastic sides don't entirely line up together in a way that I think they should. It's just slightly less secure/sealed than I think it should be and I worry that it might not be as strong in a drop. That said: (1) I've never seen how the same cover fits the thinner iPad mini... maybe it does these same things with that device?, and (2) I still think it's one of the more protective models out there so I am keeping it. I note that Otterbox did the same thing with their iPad mini case -- though it is not made to have the same glove-like fit so it didn't seem to be the same issue when I tried that one. Despite the better fit of the Otterbox, I decided to keep the Survivor because I didn't like the Otterbox for other reasons (WAY too hard to get off). I think Griffin should come out with an iPad mini 2-specific cover, but in the absence of one, I am keeping this one as still a better bet than the other options out there for someone who wants a very durable case just short of the tank that is Otterbox. see less
By R. Edwards on January 19, 2014
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Yes, but I have not used it. There is a bracket that is attached to it that you take off and attach in the position you want it to stand. It's not a flip out stand.
By Buster on December 12, 2013
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Counterfeits are illegal and Amazon doesn't sell illegal things. This is sold by the manufacturer, Griffin Technology. So its direct from manufacturer, same as Best Buy or whatever, same packaging, just costs less.
By hankabilly on February 28, 2014
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Absolutely, it is specifically designed to fit the iPad mini!! However, It will NOT fit the iPad mini with RETINA display though. The retina display requires the alternate skew number that I reference in the initial rating. It is a great case. I hope you enjoy it too.
By Craig on March 2, 2014
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No - it does not. I just bought the new iPad, and the dimensions are different. I had this case for my previous iPad mini, so I was able to try it out.
By Squatch on November 25, 2013
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It should... It fits ours. I think our 1 is. 2 and the other a newer model
By Joerock35 on August 15, 2015
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Honestly I purchased mines for my kid and in less than a month it was no longer usable. Very very likely to scratch, doesn't swipe smoothly and the rubber skin stretches to were it pops out of grooves. Worst case ever.
By Isslaam Ali on November 25, 2014