Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has once again reiterated that the 9th gen iPad would feature a slimmer design and faster internals. Apple’s yearly upgrade for its entry-level iPad is always on similar lines, so this is not surprising.
Apple is rumored to refresh the iPad mini with a larger display later this year. Ahead of that, the company is running a survey asking iPad mini users their thoughts on its display size.
By now, we know that Apple is planning to introduce a new iPad mini later this year. As the launch nears, more and more details about the upcoming iPad mini 6 are being leaked. According to display analyst Ross Young, this years’ iPad mini will feature a larger 8.3-inch display as opposed to 7.9-inch in the current iPad mini.
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.
Apple is rumored to refresh the iPad mini later this year. Ahead of that, a new leak has exclusively detailed some of the changes coming to Apple’s upcoming mini iPad.
In the latest edition of his Power On newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman claims that Apple will launch the redesigned iPad mini this fall. Apple is reportedly working on an iPad mini design refresh with smaller bezels and faster internals.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says the company will switch to a mini-LED display on the 11-inch iPad Pro next year. Apple refreshed its iPad Pro lineup this year with an M1 chip and mini-LED display, but keep the latter exclusive to the bigger 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
A new report claims that Apple and Intel are currently testing TSMC’s next-gen 3nm process node for their future chips. Apple is one of the largest clients of TSMC, but Intel has so far only relied on its own foundries to fabricate its processors.
Apple is currently testing iPad designs with even larger displays. Currently, the company offers the iPad Pro with a maximum screen size of 12.9-inches.