The iFixit team has posted its teardown of the iPad mini 5 revealing all its internals. The teardown confirms the mini iPad comes with 3GB RAM and despite sharing the same internals as the 10.5-inch iPad Air, it is actually quite different internally.
iPad mini 5
The new 2019 iPad Air bridges the gap between the standard iPad and the new iPad Pros. It’s a repackaged version of the old 10.5 inch iPad Pro, and that’s not a bad thing. You get access to a laminated 10.5-inch display, A12 Bionic Chip and you get support for Smart Keyboard and first-generation Apple Pencil. The new iPad mini 5 breathes new life into a form factor that’s 4 years old at this point. The iPad mini 5 is easily the best and most powerful small tablet you can buy.
The first set of iPad mini reviews are out and they praise the mini iPad for its improved performance and the form factor. For a tablet of its size, the iPad mini has no competition. While the markets for such small tablets might be small, Apple essentially dominates it with the iPad mini 5 as no other tablet comes close to it in terms of experience.
Apple’s iPad lineup has become a confusing mess. What started as a simple iPad has now evolved into a lineup consisting of the iPad, iPad Air, iPad mini, and the iPad Pro. The lineup can easily confuse any potential buyer who is looking to buy an iPad but is unsure as to which model is right for him. Worry not as we are here to help you. I have decoded Apple’s iPad lineup below to help you understand which tablet is right for you.
Almost four years after the release of the iPad mini 4, Apple released its successor — the iPad mini 5. While the market for small tablets has relatively died down, the more powerful iPad mini 5 should find a few takers. Interested in knowing how the iPad mini 5 differs from the iPad mini 4? Read our comparison to find out.
Alleged photos of an iPad mini 5 TPU case confirm what rumors have been saying all along: there are no major external design differences when compared to the iPad mini 4.
Citing accessory makers, Mac Otakara says that the upcoming iPad mini 5 will resemble the iPad mini 4. The new mini tablet will retain the same design and dimensions like its predecessor in a bid to keep its price point down.
DigiTimes report that Compal is going to assemble iPad mini 5 for Apple. The tablet is expected to be unveiled by Apple alongside a refreshed 10-inch iPad with faster internals in March.
The iPad Pro started out as the only tablet in Apple’s lineup that supports the Apple Pencil.