As Apple continues to ready its newest iPad mini device, circulating rumours indicate it well feature the firm's Retina Display.
BrightWare reported the news, with its Taiwanese sources suggesting that the 7.9-inch screen to be used on the new device is already in production.
Taiwan-based Apple suppliers AU Optronics are said to be piloting the production of the iPad mini 2.
Much attention has been given to the device's rumoured display, which is said to offer a resolution of 2048x1536 and pixels density of 324ppi.
Whilst Apple is no doubt busily preparing a new addition to its traditional iPad range, which is likely to feature an improved display of its own, the rumoured resolution of the new iPad mini would give the device a higher quality screen than Apple's other products.
If Apple is indeed working on a 7.9-inch iPad mini, which features the high-quality Retina Display of its other devices, it will certainly garner much attention from consumers on its release.