I've started to use an iPad mini WiFi / Cellular (Model No. MD542B/A, with 7.0.4 o/s) in the UK. It will mostly be used out-of-range of WiFi, 3G and 4G for navigation purposes. My simple question is whether this model has a genuine GPS chip to achieve a reasonably accurate position display when WiFi/3G/4G are not available? Queries to Apple Tech produce a range of answers including support technicians who are surprised to hear that GPS (not assisted GPS) uses position information from satellites. The supplier insists that it's only capable of assisted GPS operation. One forum reports it has GPS but only uses the GLONASS cluster. I'd appreciate knowing the definitive answer. Thank you.