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We don’t who Sonny Dickson is - a “tech enthusiast” and “9to5Mac researcher”, apparently - but he’s just posted a small set of iPad Mini pictures on his Twitter feed.

Alas, there isn’t a shot of the device working, so the unit on his desk may simply by one of the many mock-ups that have been doing the rounds of late. Certainly, all of the mock-up shots coming out of China show a 32GB model, as do these pictures.

Sonny Dickson Twitter iPad Mini pic

Source: Sonny Dickson

But the pics clearly show the gadget’s Lightning port, rear camera and rear environment mic. It’s about 75 per cent of the size of a regular iPad.

Sonny Dickson Twitter iPad Mini pic

Source: Sonny Dickson

Sonny Dickson Twitter iPad Mini pic

Source: Sonny Dickson

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