Yesterday, a report from DigiTimes claimed that the 2021 iPad mini 6th-gen will feature a mini LED display. Today, display analyst Ross Young has stated that this year’s iPad mini won’t be featuring a mini LED display after all.
Apple is expected to launch a new iPad mini later this year. Along with faster internals, the iPad mini 6 is said to come with the iPad Pro-like display with small bezels. Now, a report from DigiTimes claims that the display on the 2021 iPad mini will be a mini LED display.
Popular leaker Jon Prosser has shown off the upcoming iPad mini 6 renders revealing its new flat design with smaller bezels, no home button, and more.
Apple is expected to refresh the iPad mini in the second half of this year. The claim has been made by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo based on a supply chain check.
Earlier this week, a report from the supply chain revealed details about 9th-gen iPad. Now another supply chain report unveils details about the upcoming iPad mini. Most importantly, the report claims the new iPad mini will come equipped with an 8.4-inch display and thinner bezels.
Apple could launch a 10.8-inch iPad later this year and an 8.5-inch iPad Mini in 2021 as per reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. While the note is short on other details, it is possible that Kuo is referring to a possible iPad Air refresh here.
Kuo: Apple Glasses Could Launch in 2022, New 10.8-Inch iPad and 9-Inch iPad Mini Coming in 2020 or 2021
Apple has long been rumored to be working on AR (Augmented Reality) glasses. Now, noted industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that he expects the company to launch Apple Glasses in 2022 at the earliest. He has also mentioned that the Cupertino-based brand would launch newer iPad and iPad Mini models soon.
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.
If you’ve just bought the brand new iPad Air or the iPad mini 5, the first thing you’ll want to do is load it up with apps. The new iPads have the best qualities of both the standard iPad and the iPad Pro (both support the Apple Pencil). That makes them a great machine for both content consumption and content creation. So we’ve gathered up the best iPad apps that will let you enjoy content in the best possible way, and also enable you to be productive on the go. Check out our list of the best apps for 2019 iPad Air and iPad mini 5.
Apple brought the iPad Air back from the dead and for just for the heck of it, updated the iPad mini too. You can think of it as an elevated version of the 2017 iPad. Or as a lighter version of the 2017 iPad Pro. iPad Air has the same body, 10.5-inch screen, Apple Pencil support, and Smart Keyboard support. And at $499, it’s much cheaper than the newer iPad Pros. The iPad mini has the same exterior it did before, just with newer components.