By Todd Bernhard
I wrote recently about the "paralysis by analysis" scenario that the variety of iPads creates. I wanted to replace my cellular-enabled 64 GB iPad mini 3 but couldn't decide what to get. The iPad mini line was not upgraded this week so I didn't want to get an iPad mini 4 when an iPad mini 5 might arrive in September, and Apple hasn't dropped the price by even a penny. Best Buy had a sale of $100 off on the iPad mini 4, so that was tempting, but still there wouldn't have been much of a functionality upgrade from the iPad mini 3 to the 4.