Citing people familiar with the development, 9to5Mac reports that the company is working on an iPad mini 6 currently codenamed J310. Apple is expected to boost the performance on the next-generation iPad mini via the 5nm process-based A15 chip on the 2019 model that is powered by the 7nm A12 chip. This, of course, is expected to come with design-level changes, which are claimed to be the “biggest” in the nine-year history of the iPad mini lineup.
In addition to the 2021 iPad mini, the new Apple chip is expected to be part of the company’s new iPhone models. Apple is also said to be working on a more powerful A15X chip, which could be found in other iPad models in the lineup.
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The iPad mini 6 is said to feature a Magnetic Smart Connector – similar to the current iPad Air and iPad Pro models. This suggests that Apple may have some Smart Connector-supported accessories ready for the iPad mini. The new model also claims to have an all-new Apple Pencil for creating and drawing handwritten notes.
Previous reports suggested that the iPad mini 6 would feature a display between 8.5 and 9 inches with thinner bezels. It may also ditch the traditional home button and offer a Touch ID fingerprint sensor on its power button.
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Along with the redesigned iPad mini, which is expected to debut later this year, Apple is said to have a new version of its entry-level iPad codenamed J181. It is reported to come with A13 processor. The new regular iPad model could come with a similar design to the iPad Air 3.
Concrete details about the launch of the new iPad and iPad mini are yet to be revealed. However, both the models are expected to be unveiled by Apple in the near future to meet the growing demand for portable computing devices.