iFixit has been busy pulling apart new iPhones and Apple Watch Series 5. This time around iFixit has published a teardown report for the new 10.2-inch 7th Gen iPad. The teardown reveals bigger RAM, details about Smart Connector and battery capacity.
Apple announced 7th Gen iPad with 10.2-inch display earlier this month. The new iPad was scheduled to start shipping from 30th of September. However, Apple now seems to have preponed the iPad shipment date to 25th of September, which is tomorrow.
Retina iPad mini Benchmarks confirms 5x performance improvement over original iPad mini, 7% slower than iPad Air
Now that Apple has unexpectedly launched the Retina iPad mini, we’ve finally got a chance to compare the two iPads.
The most interesting thing about the new iPads this year, is that in terms of specifications they’re exactly the same, expect for the screen size of course and slower clock speed of Retina iPad mini’s A7 chip.
Even though the iPad Air is 20% thinner and has 24% less volume, and comes with a much smaller battery (32.4 watt-hour) compared to the iPad 4 (42.5 watt-hour), it offers the same battery life as its predecessor.
Teardown experts at iFixit have managed to get their hands on the new iPad Air, which went on sale earlier today in several countries, and have done what every geek would love to do i.e. to crack open Apple’s new iPad to see what’s inside.
Apple unveiled its hotly anticipated next generation iPad mini at its media event on Tuesday, October 22nd. Apple is calling it the iPad mini with Retina Display.
We briefly told you about the features of Retina iPad mini on the day of the event, but the devil is in the details, so we take an in-depth look at iPad mini’s design, specifications and features.