iPad mini 6 is the BEST Portable Gaming Console! Seaya Nintendo Switch!



The Nintendo Switch is an incredibly popular mobile gaming machine. But Apple’s new iPad mini 6 is pretty competitive. Here is why I think the iPad mini 6 is the BEST portable gaming console you can buy!

iPad mini 6 Savings 👇
Best iPad mini 6 Prices ➡
Exclusive Deals with this link and promo code APINSIDER ➡
Activation instructions:

Also available on Amazon ➡

Nintendo Switch 👇
At Amazon ➡
Target ➡
Best Buy ➡

Chapters ➡
0:00 Intro
0:49 What Kinds of Gamers?
1:42 Display Specs
2:22 Processors
3:05 TV Output
4:01 Connectivity
4:58 Controllers
7:12 Game Availability
10:54 Summary

Grab the lowest prices on Apple hardware:

Macs –
iPads –
Apple Watches –
AirPods –

Follow us on social media:

Twitter –
Facebook –
Instagram –

Download our iOS app:

Get a free trial of the best music for your videos via MusicBed:


For all the Apple tech news you’ll ever need, visit ➡ appleinsider.com

Our video gear ➡


New here? AppleInsider has been around since the 1997 covering anything, and everything Apple. This YouTube channel will give you the best coverage for anything Apple related. New MacBooks? We’ll cover them! New iPhones? We got you covered on that as well. Want to get the most out of your new Apple product? We’ve got videos to help you with that. Make sure to subscribe, comment, and share our videos!

https://legomobile.vn/

32 bình luận cho “iPad mini 6 is the BEST Portable Gaming Console! Seaya Nintendo Switch!

  1. Been playing Sparklite on iPad mini 6, I can’t stand the jelly screen effect when scrolling sideways, its distracting.

  2. Written November 24, 2021
    Knowing that mini 6 is 8.3inch vs new Switch OLED at 7inch makes you appreciate how massive Apples tiniest iPad is. No wonder it’s the most newly popular mini tablet of 2021 and outsold the newly debuted IPhone 13 along side it

    Btw Feral is releasing Alien Isolation to mobile December 16, 2021

  3. i cant wait to play Super Smash Bros, MH Rise, and MK8 on this ipad mini! goodbye, nintendo switch – you served me well.

  4. 🖕🖕Contact the name up🖕🖕 there to get any kind of Apple products at a very cheap price.

    💯Reliable and trustworthy

  5. This is clearly a biased review. You clearly have something against Nintendo.

    I have both devices and am a fan of both Apple and Nintendo. I would accurately say that they’re different platforms for different purposes.

    Nintendo has a lot of the best games that the industry has ever seen with a vast library of triple A games, both 1st and 3rd party. It has official controllers with HD rumble, arcade sticks, steering wheels and an abundance of 3rd party controllers including Hori and 8bitdo. It’s a true console and sports an OLED display with Bluetooth headsets. You will not get the same gaming experience on an iPad full stop. This is a dedicated gaming platform and also has tons of Japanese games too, as well as their retro libraries with replica retro controllers. Not to mention Neo Geo too.

    The iPad is a wonderful casual gaming machine, but doesn’t have official controllers. It must be used on a table – you can’t comfortably play it in a train or bus. The digital controls are cumbersome too. Also the streaming of Steam, Xbox and PlayStation services suffers lag and you need an internet connection, something that is useless while travelling. Apple Arcade has substandard games and can’t even hold up to Mario Odyssey, Zelda, Smash Bros, Mario Kart, Street Fighter, etc. Outside of that, most games need a subscription and are prone to being erased or not supported in the future. I lost tons of money on games and apps that I realised I don’t actually own, even though I paid for them. It’s a rip off in the long term.

    We don’t need fast WiFi for Switch games, I don’t get lag issues and I own all 620+ of my games. I can choose whatever controller I want, even Ring Fit or Nintendo Labo. I have all my Japanese fighting games, as well as Witcher III, Bayonetta 2, killer RPGs and more. They’re all native are upscaled from 1080p with my TV anyway, especially when using an AudioQuest HDMI cable.

    Your review is unprofessionally biased towards Apple and an distrustful disgrace to journalism.

  6. on controller options you also forgot to mention the Apple Pencil. i use it for casual games like Fruit Ninja and Galaga lol

  7. I’m the ultimate Apple fanboy but even I have to admit that anything but casual gaming on either the iPad or the Mac just isn’t there yet. And may NEVER get there. Why? The most fantastic specs in the world do nothing if the software isn’t there. And Apple clearly doesn’t give a sh*t about gaming on iPads or Macs. Until I can play the same AAA games I can play on a console on my iPad or my Mac, I’ll still be stuck gaming on either a cheap-o PC purchased exclusively for gaming or on a dedicated gaming console. All of which is a real shame since the new iPads and Macs blow the doors off their competition in specs and in software developed by Apple and its trusted/supported partners. It’s long past time for Apple to either spend some of the $$$ they have in the bank to buy an established gaming software house (one of the biggies), go into a supported partnership with one or several of them, or just fund a development team themselves. Although, if Apple Arcade represents Apple’s vision for gaming, maybe they should forget in-house development. I pay for Apple Arcade as part of an Apple One bundle and have yet to find a single game worth spending my valuable time playing. Come on, Apple; get with the program already. Stop leaving us with devices that—with respect to gaming—have a million dollars worth of promise worth 2 cents on delivery!

  8. Not sure how this is even a video. The best gaming console is the one that plays the games you want to play. Just like the best camera is the one that you have on you.

  9. It’s hard to advise portable gaming based on streaming and cloud solutions. It requires a stable and decent internet connection.
    Nintendo has over 4000 titles you can download on the eShop and play offline. With all the money you saved on not buying an IPad Mini to game on, you can pick up 4 full price titles right away.

    You knocked Nintendo for the joycons but praised the iPad for controllers Apple doesn’t make. There are plenty quality controllers available for the switch.

    Strongly disagree with your take on this one

  10. Ita debatable. Z fold 3 is there as well, with the gorgeous 120hz display absent in this mini, Also its not portable like the fold. You cannot carry it in your pocket. I would buy a fold instead of buying iphone and ipad mini separately. Considering Samsung care is there, its massive value for money

  11. I can do most of that with my current smartphone. Why bother? If you have decent android phone you could potentially play switch games

  12. I’ve had 4 iPad minis. All bought on Black Friday for ~$300 or lower. But with not so great deals like store credit. This is the first BF that I’m not seeing any deals for the latest iPad mini.

  13. Huh, what about SKYRIM, DIABLO 3, SAINTS ROW, THE WITCHER 3, BORDERLANDS, BIOSHOCK, IMMORTALS, DIVINITY 2, DRAGONS DOGMA, … those are on my SWITCH, but not so much on my IPAD.
    I get your point, but game-wise the Switch is still superior to the iPad. I wish to see triple-A titles in the App Store too.

  14. If you want to game on iPad, you need the larger storage option, the 64gb base model just isn’t enough especially if you want to do more with your iPad than just game. That makes it way too expensive to have it as a serious contender as a gaming machine. The iPad is a tablet computer first. You’re buying it to read emails, browse the web, consume content etc. Saying you can use GeForce now or steam link etc isn’t a selling point for iPad in the way that note taking is. I know I could use these services if I wanted, but I’d rather game on my switch as I know that’s a gaming machine first

  15. to me an ipad mini is not as good as the switch because although you can game stream xcloud, you need a good internet connection and even if you have a good internet its still not great. resolution isnt too great(itll run at 720p or 1080p but theres a lot of blurring with high motion). i dont consider the app store games(including apple arcade) comparable to full on games on the nintendo switch, especially first party titles. the value that nintendo titles bring is a LOT. the ipad mini is much more a media consumption device first, gaming device second. and on top of that i can stream games on my phone. altho the ipad mini screen is bigger, its not worth that much extra cost, especially compared to the switch. also hooking up the ipad mini to a tv SUCKS. it has black borders, if you use airplay its low res and has a lot latency. there are also adapters that allow you to use any controller you want with the switch.

  16. Most ppl buy a switch to play Nintendo First Party Games. I don’t see Smash Bros or Metroid coming to the App Store anytime soon. A comparison to the Steam Deck would be more interesting.

  17. 7:45 Note to editor: Put a pinned disclaimer comment regarding this video being recorded BEFORE the catastrophic Remaster launch? 😁

Trả lời

Email của bạn sẽ không được hiển thị công khai. Các trường bắt buộc được đánh dấu *